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U.S. Cybersecurity Failing to Keep Up with Attackers: Survey  

A survey of cybersecurity experts has found that only 19% of respondents say that the United States has become less vulnerable to digital attacks than five years ago. So reports The Washington Post.

thumb down 1426814 640In the Post’s poll, about 38% said the nation’s level of vulnerability is unchanged from five years ago, while 43% said vulnerability has increased.

Herb Lin, senior research scholar for cyber policy and security at Stanford University, told the newspaper that the threat has probably grown faster than U.S. cyberdefenses.

Read the full article from The Washington Post.

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