This much is clear: More nations are seeking to acquire cyber attack capabilities as a standard feature in their military planning. But what will that mean to United States' security interests here and abroad? With Congress to consider cyber legislation this week, a House subcommittee investigating that question used the occasion to make a headline.
"There are no shells exploding or foreign militaries on our shores. But make no mistake: America is under attack by digital bombs," said Rep. Michael McCaul (R-TX), during a Tuesday hearing of the House subcommittee on Oversight, Investigations, and Management.
McCaul, who also … Read more