Eugene Kaspersky paints a picture of the cyberworld that is "very, very gloomy," but he is often right.
To Kaspersky, the malfunction proved his years of warnings: that increasingly digitized infrastructure is vulnerable to attack, including stock exchanges, power grids, and rapid-transit systems. "We are fighting with the cyber-devil," he says over a dinner of oysters, fish, and beer in Brussels in December. "We have to expect we will be fighting against very professional people."
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