'We're all in the blast radius of a cyber arms race,' warns Bruce Schneier

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Security expert warns of increasing cyber warfare, especially as it's difficult to tell if you're being attacked by a government or 'two guys in a basement'

Governments, corporations and other actors are in the "early years of a cyber arms race", which means that every individual "is in the blast radius" as nation states and other bodies carry out cyber espionage...

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