Cybersecurity holes found in mock attacks

Friday, 15 September 2006, 3:32 PM EST

Fake cyberattackers and hackers largely foiled government and industry attempts to fight back quickly and effectively during a test of computer security systems, the government said Wednesday.

Yet the Homeland Security Department claimed victory in the four-day, $3 million war game in February. It was the government's biggest exercise in responding to mock Internet attacks.

At CIO Today.

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