NSA warns states growing involvement in cyber attack
Oct.27, Washington: NSA warns of growing dangers of cyber attacks by nation states. Deputy director of the US National Security Agency (NSA),
Richard Ledgett said that being connected to internet is vulnerable to attack. He emphasized the need for nations to identify the red lines that should not be breached.
He also said agency targets, numbered in "the high hundreds", had discussed leaks by contractor Edward Snowden, with some changing their behaviour.
The US has publicly criticised China for espionage against US companies and signed a deal to stop such activity during the recent summit between the two country's leaders.
The Oslo Times