James Lewis

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Senior fellow at the Center for Strategic and International Studies and director of its Commission on Cybersecurity; former consultant to the UN's group of government experts on information security

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It took three months for the Office of Personnel Management to discover that  key records of at least four million federal employees were being hacked .

A Massive Data Breach Was Just Waiting to Happen

It took three months for the Office of Personnel Management to discover that key records of at least four million federal employees were being hacked .

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The US and North Korea are exchanging threats and counter-threats in the aftermath of the hacking of Sony Pictures.

North Korea Emerges as Cyber-Hacker Power

The US and North Korea are exchanging threats and counter-threats in the aftermath of the hacking of Sony Pictures.

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When the Associated Press  falsely tweeted  that bombs at the White House had injured President Obama, Wall Street indexes lost billions in value.

News Media Hacking and the Case for Cybersecurity

When the Associated Press falsely tweeted that bombs at the White House had injured President Obama, Wall Street indexes lost billions in value.

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