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Search Tags: Stuxnet worm
A report by Symantec founds that five initial points were the cause of thousands of attacks.
Government Computer News reports that the "new normal" is attacks on infrastructure, as with the Stuxnet worm.
The Congressional Research Service reports says the capability of the Stuxnet worm could threaten the way modern society operates.
Symantec reports that Dutch experts have made key discoveries about the Internet virus.
Rodney Joffe, the senior vice president and chief technology officer at Neustar, joined Tom Temin on Federal Security Spotlight to explain why cyber experts are still puzzled over the Stuxnet worm.