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It's farm country to launch cyber attacks against the United States.
Companies here reportedly hacking into the computer networks running energy companies.
This is according to the Wall Street John -- -- sets and joins us now from DC was much more rich.
And the Wall Street Journal reports US officials are concerned that cyber spying is gathering intelligence the infiltrators could later use to damage infrastructure.
Some on Capitol Hill charge companies are on prepared for such an attack Democrats.
On the house energy and commerce committee recently released a report claiming energy computer systems.
Are vulnerable in a statement top Democrat Henry Waxman writes the electric grid is vital to our economy and national security the utility responses are sobering -- reveal serious gaps.
In the security of our electric grid.
And congress needs to address these gaps in a bipartisan way.
Companies have testified in the past they are investing in cyber security and working with the government.
There is also a new report offering recommendations to businesses to protect their trade secrets mostly from hackers in China.
It suggests changing US law to allow private companies.
To hack back act hackers its intellectual property theft continues at its current considerable pace.
One analyst says that's a bad idea.
They could also turn against you as well because.
These hackers are pretty sophisticated what if they do.
A ruse attack -- news ExxonMobil decides to go attack.
Cut what they think is.
A hacker's server and reality is an American server and they wind up destroying somebody by accident.
So it's a very dangerous thing.
He's his company should concentrate on defense leave the offense to the US government back to you thanks rich rich cats and have a great weekend my man.
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