- From cybernetic. (Wiktionary)
- From cyber(netic). (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“Paradoxically … a heightened perception of cyber- security risk is being met with diminished resources and interest.”
“With tears in our eyes for Japan's massive misfortune many unsuspecting souls follow the illicit commands to donate and in doing so line the pockets of countless cyber- pickpockets.”
“The results, which according to the survey were to be shared with the Defense Department, give U.S. authorities a map of who made which parts of the nation's networks, said Mischel Kwon, a former cyber- security official in President Barack Obama's administration.”
“Rumours are rife they are on a trial separation, although Kammy cyber- stalked Katy on Twitter this week and she seems quite adamant that all is well.”
“First there was cyber-, which conjured up the opening sequence of”
“The authority has no idea who was behind the cyber- attack and the reason for it, Khatib said.”
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