A majority of senior federal cyber officials responding to a survey said they don't think the U.S. government can detect cyber attacks while they're underway.

Cyber-security officials from the Defense Department, intelligence agencies and federal civilian agencies were questioned in the survey, released by the not-for-profit International Information System Security Certification Consortium Inc. and KPMG. The organizations said the 54 executives who responded identified themselves as "federal senior managers or contractors with cyber-security responsibility in government."

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