Members of the US Naval Institute say military branch is not ‘adequately’ prepared for a cyberwar

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Association members of the U.S. Naval Institute, believe that the military branch is trailing behind China’s advances in cyberspace operations, and if action is not taken, the branch will have “a very bad day” at the start of a cyberwar in 2026, according to reports.

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