Are you ready to be hacked?

Wednesday, 26 October 2005, 11:09 AM EST

"The Air Force and the Pentagon are extremely attractive targets and so the publicity acts as a draw for hackers," said Frost & Sullivan industry analyst for network security Rob Ayoub. "As far as a lot of smaller companies go, there's always a risk but they have a reasonable amount of security through obscurity."

By Mark Long at NewsFactor.

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