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Topic - Mikko Hyppönen
"In North America, you are starting to see an industry in the cybersecurity [field] which is offering ethically questionable product and service offerings," he said. "HBGary is a good example of this. There are others who do this at a technical level."
Mr. Hypponen said, "Ghostnet is the first case of this kind of thing on a broad scale."