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Threat Level: Low

This CEO doesn't worry about cyberterrorism-and he says you shouldn't, either.

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This story appears in the August 2003 issue of Entrepreneur. Subscribe »

SARS. The fluctuating economy. Frightening stuff. But cyberterrorism? It doesn't spook Michael Miora, the CEO and founder of ContingenZ Corp., a Playa del Rey, California-based incident management and planning firm. Miora has 25 years of experience in the security industry. A typical gig on his resume: offering expertise to the National Reconnaissance Office-a government agency that builds the nation's spy satellites. If anybody should know about cyberterrorism, Miora should. And he thinks the threat is way overblown.

Are you kidding? We've been hearing forever that cyberterrorism is a powder keg, just waiting to explode.

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