Five National Security Technology Priorities

Hacking is slated to become the No. 1 threat to the United States, rendering terrorism passé, according to the FBI. The federal government is confronting the growing cyber menace through the justice system, anti-intrusion software, information sharing and offensive measures. Still, as long as terrorist cells remain, Big Brother is not taking its electronic eyes off physical crime either.

Here are key technologies the government is advancing to strengthen national security.

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