A piece of sophisticated spyware was recently discovered attacking global government entities. The malware is five years old and still running.
President Obama signed a new cyber security directive in mid-October, according to The Washington Post, that begins to outline the government’s involvement in securing the private sector, and how it will act when on the offensive.
U.S. Defense Secretary Leon Panetta is freaked out, and for good reason. He advised America today that the country is in danger of a cyber attack that could end in civilian death.
The author of No Easy Day, a former Navy SEAL who was a member of the team that took out Al Qaeda leader Osama Bin Laden, contributed to the production of Medal of Honor: Warfighter. That’s caused extra scrutiny of the game’s realism.