http://www.wired.com/politics/security/news/2008/05/nsa_cyberwargames?currentPage=all An article I found which talks about how the NSA has been testing the security of various military academies, specifically West Point in this case. May be a bit technical for some people I thought it was a good read. For four days in late April, the National Security Agency -- the nation's most secretive repository of spooks, snoops and electronic eavesdroppers -- directed coordinated assaults on custom-built networks at seven of the nation's military academies, including West Point, the Army university 50 miles north of New York City. It was all part of the seventh annual Cyber Defense Exercise, a training event for future military IT specialists. The exercise offered a rare window into the NSA's toolkit for infiltrating, corrupting or destroying computer networks.