Cyber attack from Islamic extremists "very likely," says City of London police chief
The threat of Islamic militants goes beyond car bombs, suicide vests and crude knife and gun attacks; it’s also in the cyber domain.
The head of the City of London police, Commissioner Adrian Leppard, told the Financial Times that extremists are "very likely" to target major British and Western financial institutions with cyber attacks to disrupt and derail the economy.
The police chief was speaking at a conference on cyber security in New York. Cyrus Vance, the New York district...
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