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Wed March 13, 2013
Michigan's fight against cyberattacks
The Chinese military has been recently accused as the source of many cyberattacks on American corporations and government agencies.
A week ago, the White House firmly stated that the Chinese government adhere to "acceptable norms of behavior in cyberspace" and halt the widespread theft of data from American computer networks.
South Carolina and Utah are two known states that have been hacked. How were they attacked?
Within Michigan, businesses and the state have participated in a joint effort to protect and prepare for cyberattacks, a model other states are looking to as an example.
But that doesn't mean Michigan's cyber security isn't running into problems. We are weathering some 187,000 cyberattacks every day.
What are the consequences if Michigan's response plan fails?
Michigan Radio's Cynthia Canty spoke with writer Chris Gautz from Lansing.
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