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Cyber Threat is Top Concern for New NATO Commanderi
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May 13, 2013 3:44 PM
The departing top NATO military commander has listed cyber security as the number one challenge for the coming years. VOA’s Al Pessin spoke to U.S. Navy Admiral James Stavridis, who retired on Monday ((5-13-2013)) about why he chose cyber over other threats like terrorism and nuclear war.

Cyber Threat is Top Concern for New NATO Commander

Published May 13, 2013

The departing top NATO military commander has listed cyber security as the number one challenge for the coming years. VOA’s Al Pessin spoke to U.S. Navy Admiral James Stavridis, who retired on Monday ((5-13-2013)) about why he chose cyber over other threats like terrorism and nuclear war.


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