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  • The insecurity of things

    Our dependence on technology may be growing faster than our ability to provide security on the internet, says Joshua Corman, head of a cybersecurity initiative at the Atlantic Council, a Washington DC think tank.

Our dependence on technology may be growing faster than our ability to provide security on the internet, says Joshua Corman, head of a cybersecurity initiative at the Atlantic Council, a Washington DC think tank. Tim Johnson / McClatchy
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If the NSA can be hacked, is anything safe?

August 18, 2016 4:28 PM