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If you have any doubt at all that cybersecurity, cyber weapons and cyberwarfare have become a front-and-center topic, take a few minutes to check out a damn good Sunday story in The Los Angeles Times headlined & Pentagon Weighs Cyber-Campaign Against Islamic State.
Here's the gist: Using its military hackers at the still fairly new U.S. Cyber Command based at Fort Meade in Maryland, the Pentagon wants to step up the pace and breadth of cyberattacks against ISIS. The Department of Defense believes that aggressive thrusts against the extremist's group's terrorist power can be blunted by wrecking its computers, servers and cellphones.
Here's why I'm telling you this.
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