Cyber-attacks are nothing new to the online gambling industry, and over time many sites have developed robust defenses against such threats. Is the U.S. government as well defended? Former White House counterterrorism chief Richard Clarke isn’t sure. His new book Cyberwar paints a pretty bleak picture of America’s prospects in an all-out digital jujitsu brawl. Ryan Singel over at Wired thinks Clarke’s scenario is a bit overblown, but regardless, it’s a healthy reminder of the ongoing need for digital vigilance. Read more.
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