1. Iran says U.S. 'will be taught the mother of all lessons'

    ... ." Specifically, Iran is looking into launching a cyber attack against U.S. electrical grid systems ... Iranian officials announced that Iran's cyber war campaign would be activated under the Passive Defense ... . According to reports from the U.S. Department of Energy, America's power grid remains vulnerable to cyber

  2. 'More cyber attacks' to blitz U.S.


    ... when it comes to addressing the threat. A series of reported hacks from China and Russia ... ; is not the equivalent of a cyber Pearl Harbor, but experts say the feds are badly behind the private sector ... I'd call it the Pearl Harbor. The cyber analysts have been trying to use that term for quite a while

  3. China deal 'shark in a fish bowl'

    ... sides of the aisle who either are willfully ignorant of the threat communist China poses, or have ... wrote fellow House members. As WND reported, China already has secretly planned a cyber-war attack ... . dollar assets, China has begun encouraging investment in U.S. companies. WND has reported China

  4. Taipei: China wantsto reunify by 2010

    ... Director George Tenet told Congress Feb. 6 that Beijing still poses a threat to the U.S. and Taiwan ... development Chinese military budget mostly hidden Beijing preparing new cyber-attacks China ... China is likely to become more aggressive and may even employ military threats in a bid to reunify

  5. China tests U.S. definition of terrorism

    ... to China and dealt with in accordance to [Chinese] law." However, Gen. Francis X. Taylor, the U.S ... of a "China threat" and to gain international acceptance of its own battle against separatist forces ... . This offers an opportunity to redefine U.S.-China relations, but Washington and Beijing's understanding

  6. The weapons of World War III

    ... Alliance, who says U.S. intelligence officials confirmed to him the People's Liberation Army gained access ... believes Chinese cyber-hackers were also responsible for another U.S. blackout last February in Florida ... America? That is the assertion of Tim Bennett, the former president of the Cyber Security Industry

  7. Why we need cyber-warriors now

    ... projecting that weakness abroad, may or may not understand the extent of the cyber-warfare threat we ... no time participating in this cyber-arms race. Unless we use technology to combat the threat posed ... War by defeating the Soviet Union from within. On Christmas, in 1991, the Soviet threat ended

  8. New Year fear: Y2K or terror?

    ... Is it the Y2K bug, or is it a terrorist attack? That may be the question government officials ... protected against cyber attacks. "There is the possibility that a terrorist organization could ... are planning a cyber attack that could bring down America's infrastructure. "They could attack

  9. Giving China help with cyber warfare

    ... . The Obama administration is considering easing U.S. export controls to China ... . export control laws toward China is the U.S. business community. "The U.S. has one of the most ... review and liberalization despite increasing targeting of U.S. technology by such countries as China

  10. Hackers exploit holes to take control of U.S. infrastructure


    ... WASHINGTON – With concern mounting over recent cyber attacks on critical national ... sensitive data from more than 21 million people. Believed to be the largest data breach in U.S. history ... people from the Office of Personnel Management's personnel database. Officials have privately linked