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The U.S. and U.K. are going to cyberwar with each other

Cybersecurity teams and intelligence operatives in both the U.S. and U.K. are simulating what cyberwarfare would look like. While we've seen many companies fall under fire of minor hacks and data breaches, we haven't seen a whole-hog attack.

British Prime Minister David Cameron explained why the training exercises were important:

The joint exercises and training of our next generation of cyber-experts will help to ensure that we have the capability we need to protect critical sectors like our energy, transport and financial infrastructure from emerging threats.

Cameron's statement falls in line with President Obama's push for cybersecurity and digital privacy legislation. Both nations seem to think that we're on the brink of a digital firestorm.

Let's hope that this digital team-up is enough to keep both nations secure.

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