By J. D. Heyes – Natural News
(NaturalNews) In his 2010 book, Cyber War, Richard Clarke — a national security expert for several presidential administrations and the nation’s first cyber security czar — warned that the country’s Internet-based, electronically controlled infrastructure was at risk.
He said then that both state and non-state actors had developed the capability to hack into U.S. government and private-sector systems and cause a level of destruction never before seen.
Now, years later — and after the U.S. government has spent hundreds of billions of dollars on defending the country — experts are still warning that the nation’s cyber-connected infrastructure, and especially U.S. power grids, remains vulnerable.
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