As the United States' technology infrastructure ages, and Internet connectivity becomes ubiquitous, America's largest companies -- and government agencies -- are under fire from cyber attackers around the world.
But this isn't like conventional warfare: the days of nation-versus-nation are over. In the Digital Era, espionage is a shadowy game of rapidly changing affiliations where the attacks are swift, anonymous and devastating. So how can the U.S. stay ahead?
Experts gathered here at Bloomberg's 2012 Cybersecurity Conference to discuss exactly that. Northrup Grumman's Christopher Valentino, Raytheon's … Read more