Cyberattacks Are Up, National Security Chief Says - NYTimes.com
Jared Sperli stashed this in cyber
General Alexander, who rarely speaks publicly, did not say how many attacks had occurred in that period. But he said that he thought the increase was unrelated to the release two years ago of a computer worm known as Stuxnet, which was aimed at taking down Iran’s uranium enrichment plant at Natanz.
I get the impression the voting population knows even less about cyberspace than they do about Afghanistan.
Everyone is focused on jobs/economy.
Which is odd because if we'd just approve funding for police, firemen, and teachers, unemployment would be way down.
It's safe to say that economics, politics, and security are all interconnected.