Senator John McCain has warned that the US “[doesn’t] have a strategy” for dealing with cyberwarfare tactics that may be employed by Russian, Chinese or North Korean agents, The Guardian reports. Speaking at the Republican party’s annual retreat in Philadelphia, he reiterated the commonly-held belief among the US intelligence community that “the Russians were trying to influence the outcome of our election”, and warned that America wasn’t ready to respond to similar attacks on elections in Europe.
ORIGINAL SOURCE: PC Authority
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