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cyber-terrorism

Definitions

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  • noun Alternative spelling of cyberterrorism.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun an assault on electronic communication networks

Etymologies

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Examples

  • In Blair's last such hearing, he trumpeted cyber-terrorism as the top challenge for the community to tackle.

    Intel chief James Clapper calls al-Qaeda top threat

  • The report recites a litany of risks faced by the global economy, including cyber-terrorism, the depletion of water resources and a demographics-induced collapse of Western societies.

    Davos to Take Center of Corporate Stage

  • "This" was a link to an AFP story about how "Al-Qaeda has combined the global reach of both the English language and the Internet as cyber-terrorism tools to win over non-Arab sympathisers."

    Andrew Rosen: Alec Ross' Odd Tweet About 21st Century Statecraft

  • And a 2008 report in the National Journal cited Tim Bennett, a leading civilian cyber-terrorism expert, who claims on the basis of conversations with government cyber-security experts that Chinese cyber-attacks were responsible for the 2003 Northeast power grid blackout.

    How the End Begins

  • "This" was a link to an AFP story about how "Al-Qaeda has combined the global reach of both the English language and the Internet as cyber-terrorism tools to win over non-Arab sympathisers."

    Andrew Rosen: Alec Ross' Odd Tweet About 21st Century Statecraft

  • "This" was a link to an AFP story about how "Al-Qaeda has combined the global reach of both the English language and the Internet as cyber-terrorism tools to win over non-Arab sympathisers."

    Andrew Rosen: Alec Ross' Odd Tweet About 21st Century Statecraft

  • "This" was a link to an AFP story about how "Al-Qaeda has combined the global reach of both the English language and the Internet as cyber-terrorism tools to win over non-Arab sympathisers."

    Andrew Rosen: Alec Ross' Odd Tweet About 21st Century Statecraft

  • Some of the country's most important secrets hang in the balance when a cyber-terrorism expert is held hostage on "Hawaii Five-0" (CBS at 10), sending the team scrambling to find him before too much is revealed.

    TV Highlights for Monday, Sept. 27

  • "This" was a link to an AFP story about how "Al-Qaeda has combined the global reach of both the English language and the Internet as cyber-terrorism tools to win over non-Arab sympathisers."

    Andrew Rosen: Alec Ross' Odd Tweet About 21st Century Statecraft

  • And a 2008 report in the National Journal cited Tim Bennett, a leading civilian cyber-terrorism expert, who claims on the basis of conversations with government cyber-security experts that Chinese cyber-attacks were responsible for the 2003 Northeast power grid blackout.

    How the End Begins

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