Threat Level: Low
This CEO doesn't worry about cyberterrorism-and he says you shouldn't, either.
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SARS. The fluctuating economy. Frightening stuff. Butcyberterrorism? It doesn't spook Michael Miora, the CEO andfounder of ContingenZCorp., a Playa del Rey, California-based incident managementand planning firm. Miora has 25 years of experience in the securityindustry. A typical gig on his resume: offering expertise to theNational Reconnaissance Office-a government agency that builds thenation's spy satellites. If anybody should know aboutcyberterrorism, Miora should. And he thinks the threat is wayoverblown.
Are you kidding? We've been hearingforever that cyberterrorism is a powder keg, just waiting toexplode.
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