Gen. Keane: China could launch 'massive' cyber attacks on infrastructure in US homeland if war breaks out
Retired four-star Gen. Jack Keane told "Fox & Friends" Friday that if the U.S. and China fought in a hot war, China could launch massive attacks on U.S. infrastructure.
GEN. JACK KEANE: China is conducting the most comprehensive cyber operations against the United States, both inside our country and certainly at our military bases around the world. And Guam right there in the middle of the Indo-Pacific theater is a prime target for them. And so our view is, understand, if we ever got in a war with China where our ships, airplanes, rockets and missiles and troops are involved with theirs in a conventional fight, China would attack our homeland quite massively using cyber capability to defeat our electric grid, our oil and gas distribution, even our financial sector to try to defeat us at home as much as defeat us in the Pacific region.
Now, the one hedge against all of what I just said in terms of the offensive cyber during war is the fact that the United States capability to do the same to them is eyewatering. Can't get into any of that capability, certainly, but China is very much aware of it. But during peace, which we have, we should not be surprised at how aggressive they are. We have thousands of people involved in this ourselves. They literally have hundreds of thousands committed every single day to penetrate the United States of America in our homeland and around the world.
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