According to a WSJ report today, The FBI is looking at groups suspected of having links to al Qaeda who have shown an interest in mounting an attack on computer systems that control critical U.S. infrastructure.
While there is no evidence that terrorist groups have developed sophisticated cyber-attack capabilities yet, a lack of security protections in U.S. computer software increases the likelihood that terrorists could execute attacks in the future, an official warned.
- Virginia Terror Suspect Wanted to Help FBI (liveshots.blogs.foxnews.com)
- imabonehead: Criminals, spies swamp cyber world: experts (news.yahoo.com)
- Former NSA Director: Countries Spewing Cyber Attacks Should Be Held Responsible (wired.com)