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Last week’s denial of service attacks on major Internet businesses underlined worries about the vulnerability of the world wide web and those who depend on it. A panel of experts talks about the strengths and weaknesses of the Internet and what can be done to protect against hackers.
- Elias Levy SecurityFocus.com
- Dave Dittrich software engineer at the University of Washington
- James Adams CEO of iDefense
- Jeffrey Hunker coordinator for security, infrastructure protection, and counter-terrorism for the National Security Council
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