While looking to stop small ops, the real threat are nuclear, chemical and biological attacks and can kill hundreds of thousands.
The Americas Security News.- Former Microsoft (MSFT) CTO Nathan Myhrvold has been anything but idle since stepping out of his role as computer technology czar.
A former Microsoft top executive wrote an essay on terrorism that is trend topic in DC, right now. Expert Nathan Myhrvold’s message to the U.S. intelligence community is simple: The economics of large-scale lethality have changed, making it easier (and cheaper) than ever for small, stateless groups to obtain the tools of mass destruction. And while the U.S. government spends its energy and money trying to prevent bombings and hijackings that might kill a few dozen or a few hundred people, the real threats are nuclear, chemical, and especially biological — the kinds of things that will easily kill a few hundred thousand. READ ARTICLE HERE