Cyber Threats Biggest Concern for ODNI in Worldwide Threat Assessment

Homeland Security Today: The Office of the Director of National Intelligence published an annotated multi-media version of its Worldwide Threat Assessment, which was presented to the Senate Armed Services Committee in February.

According to the testimony, cyber threats from Russia, China, Iran and North Korea are the biggest concerns in the next year. It says that Russia, Iran and North Korea, in particular, are testing out more aggressive cyber threats, which pose a growing threat to the United States.

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