Net simul-attacks expose US security holes

Friday, 15 September 2006, 12:09 AM EST

Simulated internet attacks in the US have uncovered gaps in the nationís cybersecurity defences. In particular, cyber-defenders struggled to understand if simulated hack attacks were isolated or part of a more co-ordinated assault.

The four-day cyber-war exercise, conducted in February and the biggest such exercise to date, tested the US government's response to internet-based attacks on critical systems.

At The Register.

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