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Foreign Economic Espionage in Cyberspace 2018 – Economic cyber espionage will only get worse, ODNI report says
- See also – With hacking of U.S. utilities, Russia could move from cyberespionage toward cyberwar –
- See also Axios Special report: America’s greatest threat is a hurricane-force cyberattack
- See also WSJ.com (paywall) U.S. Officials Push New Penalties for Hackers of Electrical Grid – Red line set for cyberattacks on infrastructure after Russian agents penetrated utility control room
- See also Axios – When we asked America’s foremost intelligence experts what keeps them up at night, one response came up over and over again: the risk of a crippling cyberattack.