The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is peppering U.S. businesses – mostly banks and energy firms with cyberattacks to test their digital defenses. The little-known program, offered to companies free of charge, is part of an ongoing effort to help critical infrastructure companies bolster their cybersecurity.
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