US military rapidly boosting cyber abilities- general

By REUTERS
March 21, 2012 01:42

 
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WASHINGTON - The US military's ability to detect and identify attackers in cyberspace is improving rapidly but is still being outstripped by the growing number of threats, the head of the US. Cyber Command said on Tuesday.

General Keith Alexander told a House of Representatives panel that "the risks that face our country are growing faster than our progress," a trend he said the military would have to work hard to reverse.

But he said any aggressor should be wary of trying to disrupt America's computer networks.

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