SAS: Cyber-Analytics for Network Situational Awareness

The United States would lose a cyberwar today, according to a former director of national intelligence, but the US government is already engaged in a cyberwar.

Reported cyberattacks against the federal government increased by more than 200 percent during fiscal years 2006-2008, and the trend lines of threats and attacks by foreign governments, terrorists and criminal organizations, as well as hackers and insiders, continued rising sharply upward in volume, as well as in sophistication and

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