Snowden on Cyberwar: America Is Its Own Worst Enemy
By Lauren Walker
A hand is silhouetted in front of a computer screen.
After a year punctuated by hacks and data breaches, most notably a cyberattack against Sony, President Barack Obama used part of his State of the Union address on Tuesday to mention the growing threat to cybersecurity. "No foreign nation, no hacker, should be able to shut down our networks, steal our trade secrets or invade the privacy of American families, especially our kids," he said.
The president‘s speech came a week after the White House outlined a cybersecurity policy proposal that calls for more information sharing between the private sector and government, an increase in penalties for hacking and an update in the standards for when companies have to report that their customers‘ data has been compromised.
Disponível no site: http://www.newsweek.com/snowden-cyber-war-america-its-own-worst-enemy-301175. Acesso em 25 jan. 2015 (fragmento).
Based on the text, it is possible to state that, concerning cybersecurity, the US Government, now,
I. wants their network operating system to be terminated.
II. worries about the security of American families‘ privacy.
III. needs the exchange of information with the private sector.
IV. requires customers to be more committed to security issues.
V. demands some more security measurements against hacking.
Assinale a alternativa que apresenta apenas as afirmativas corretas.