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Definitions

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  • n. Espionage carried out by means of the Internet or in cyberspace.

Etymologies

cyber- +‎ espionage (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • In February, the computer security company McAfee Inc. said hackers who appeared to be based in China had conducted a "coordinated, covert and targeted" campaign of cyberespionage against five multinational energy firms since at least 2009.

    China Hackers Seek to Rally Peers Against Cybertheft

  • The chief of U.S. counterintelligence in November issued a report describing China as the world's most active perpetrator of economic cyberespionage.

    Lawmakers Urge Action on Hacking

  • Lawmakers have also become more vocal in calling out China for its widening campaign of cyberespionage.

    U.S. Homes In on China Spying

  • Chinese officials regularly dispute U.S. allegations of cyberspying, saying they are the victims, not the perpetrators, of cybercrime and cyberespionage.

    U.S. Homes In on China Spying

  • "NSA is pretty confident of their ability to attribute cyberespionage to this set of actors."

    U.S. Homes In on China Spying

  • The cybersecurity company McAfee Inc said in February that hackers who appeared to be based in China had conducted a "coordinated, covert and targeted" campaign of cyberespionage against five multinational energy firms since at least since 2009 and possibly since 2007.

    Chinese State TV Alludes to U.S. Website Attacks

  • The U.S government doesn't have calculations of the economic losses due to economic cyberespionage.

    China Singled Out for Cyberspying

  • And this month, the largest U.S. defense contractor, Lockheed, was subject to cyberespionage, apparently by someone using the stolen RSA data.

    China's Cyberassault on America

  • Cybercrimes, cyberespionage and cyberattacks can be done indirectly with the perpetrator's identity and location a secret.

    Does Averting Cyberwar Mean Giving Up Web Privacy?

  • The U.S. government has incredibly sophisticated cyberespionage tools at its disposal; it should DNS-bomb his Web sites, shut down his e-mail, and generally harass him online to keep him quiet and on the run.

    An Act of Futility

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