Air Force general invites geeks to the Cyber Command

Air Force cyberspace defense program is looking for geeks.

Cyber Command is a branch of the Air Force concerned with electronic attacks on U.S. national security. Cyberwar is a growing concern, and Major General William Lord is hunting for a headquarters and a few good men--or women--as long as they know how to prevent military and civilian networks from hostile penetration.

Read Wired's in-depth article here: Welcome to Cyberwar Country, USA

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