An American foreign policy analyst says cyber espionage, cyber hacking is a very lively field of modern governments, and that US hackers are also busily engaged in such activities. James George Jatras, a former US diplomat and adviser to the Senate Republican leadership, made the remarks in an interview with Press TV on Saturday while commenting on latest US hacking accusations, this time against Russia. US military officials claimed on Thursday that suspected Russian hackers accessed to an email system used by Pentagon employees of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, which advises the Secretary of Defense, the Homeland Security Council, the National Security Council and the president of the US on military matters. “As with the claims of Chinese hacking of US government servers, these recent claims regarding Russia, are hard to understand the significance of, precisely in the absence of a specific proof, about the origin, whether it was from the official sources, or maybe unofficial hackers,” Jatras said. “As we know, globally cyber espionage, cyber hacking is a very lively field of moves and countermoves by really any number of governments,” he added. “I am not saying that the Russians did not hack this server. It’s quite possible […]
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