New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof just published a widely-circulated article stating, in no uncertain terms, that the largest threat to national governments (and subsequently the entire world) is cyber warfare.
Foreign governments and even rogue individuals have already proven adept at infiltrating nuclear power reactors, electrical grids, and FBI computers, and there’s little to stop them from pulling the metaphorical trigger if tensions rise to a boiling point.
Although it may sound counterintuitive, the people on the front lines against these attacks are hackers themselves. Dubbed “white hat” or ethical hackers, these talented professionals are able to anticipate, thwart, and retaliate against cyber attacks of any scale, and their skills are increasingly in demand across both the public and private sector.
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