Officials have recently said computer hacking could soon lead to a digital "Pearl Harbor" for the United States.
Now a Bowling Green company is serving as the front line of defense for military computers against hackers and malware.
EWA Government Systems uses 14 people to find and neutralize computer intrusions for the U.S. Department of Defense.
The company's Vice President of intelligent operations says the company aims to stop professionals who are state-sponsored computer terrorists around the world.
While much of the work is classified, the company says it does try to prevent attacks in real time.
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