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Cyber Is Defense Industry's New Battleground

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September 11, 2013
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The threat of military action in Syria has attracted protesters to the world's largest arms fair in London. But as Joanna Partridge reports, it didn't prevent the world's leading defense firms showcasing their latest technology in a bid to attract new, largely emerging, markets.


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