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REDWOOD SHORES, Calif. -- U.S. security coordinator Richard A.

REDWOOD SHORES, Calif. -- U.S. security coordinator Richard A. Clarke on Tuesday urged private companies to help to create a new kind of civil defense system against hackers and even hostile nation states. "If the United States goes to war again -- as unfortunately it will -- our movements of troops, our movement of aircraft, our lines of supplies will probably be attacked not by bombs, not by bullets but by bytes," Clarke said Tuesday at a daylong conference held to raise awareness among company board members and the auditors who help them assess and manage major risks. Full story. -- Patrick Houston, ZDNet News