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Governments struggle to recruit, keep "cyber warriors"

Cyberspace is likely to be a key battleground for states in the 21st century but recruiting those with the technical skills to fight there and retaining their loyalty will be a tough task. Full story

Iran accuses Siemens over Stuxnet virus attack

An Iranian military commander has accused German engineering company Siemens of helping the United States and Israel launch a cyber attack on its nuclear facilities, Kayhan daily reported on Sunday. Full story

Latest sophisticated cyber attack targets EU

Another week, another attack by sophisticated hackers possibly based in China. Officials at the European Commission and the European External Action Service in Brussels reported Wednesday that their organizations were being hit by a “major” cyber attack. Full story

Israeli official sees cyber alternative to "ugly" war

Cyberwarfare of the kind waged against Iran last year offers advanced nations an alternative to "ugly" military force with its moral costs, a senior Israeli official said on Thursday. Full story

Jan. 17: Nightly News Monday broadcast

   Giffords showing strong signs of recovery; Apple CEO Steve Jobs takes medical leave; Cheney on heart pump: 'It's second nature'; 'Baby Doc' back in Haiti; Street clashes continue in Tunisia ; Sargent Shriver hospitalized; Obamas honor MLK Day; Iran: US involved in cyber attack; Golden Globes tops Tw

Cyber worm stops Iran nukes?

   Did a computer worm created by Israel sabotaged Iran's nuclear centrifuges? Msnbc's Alex Witt talks with Newsweek's Christopher Dickey.

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Cyber thieves steal $1m from 3,000 bank customers

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UK: NATO must do more on cyber security

NATO chief calls attention to cyber threats

Debate over possible responses to cyber attacks

How a denial-of-service attack works

UK looks to young geeks to secure cyberspace

Battle for hearts — and screens — of the world


  Internet Security in 2011

Facebook and the iPad could be prime cyber attack targets in 2011, according to Patrick Runald, a senior security research manager at Websense. He tells CNBC how users can protect themselves from such attacks.