Virginia’s Warner speaks on cyberwarfare

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WASHINGTON – Sen. Mark Warner of Virginia spoke Friday at the Center of New American Security about cyberwarfare and the direction America should take in fighting cyber threats and hacking, some of a few ever-growing concerns to national security.

The discussion is coined “A New Doctrine for Cyberwarfare & Information Operations.”

Warner is the Vice Chairman of the Select Committee on Intelligence.

Warner has served as a U.S. Senator in Virginia since 2008. He was reelected to a second term in 2014.

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