U.S. businesses on their own when facing foreign cyber attacks

February 3, 2016

BOCA RATON, Fla. — Cyber attacks by nation states are a serious threat to U.S. business, and companies should not rely on the government to protect them from the attacks, said Mike Rogers, a former chairman of the House Intelligence Committee.

China, Russia, North Korea and Iran are targeting U.S. businesses, in many cases to steal intellectual property and in other cases to disrupt operations, but privacy laws in the U.S. prevent government security agencies from protecting commercial enterprises from the attacks, said the former Republican congressman from Michigan.

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