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  Posted on: Monday, August 6, 2018
Kirstjen Nielsen: The US needs private sector help to combat cyber threats
CNBC

A few keystrokes, thousands of miles away. Suddenly, the lights are out, communications systems are down and it's unclear what happened or who is responsible.

This is the new world of digital destruction. Cyberattacks against our critical infrastructure — the energy grid, emergency services, telecommunications, the financial services sector and more — have the potential for catastrophic effects disrupting our very way of life.


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