cybercommand

Definitions

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  • noun military A facility capable of launching attacks in cyberspace.

Etymologies

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cyber- +‎ command

Examples

  • The decision to create a cybercommand is a major step beyond the actions taken by the Bush administration, which authorised several computer-based attacks, but never resolved the question of how the US government would prepare for warfare fought over digital networks.

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  • The decision to create a cybercommand is a major step beyond the actions taken by the Bush administration, which authorized several computer-based attacks but never resolved the question of how the government would prepare for a new era of warfare fought over digital networks.

    Opinio Juris

  • The decision to create a cybercommand is a major step beyond the actions taken by the Bush administration, which never resolved the question of how the government would prepare for a new era of warfare fought over digital networks.

    TODAYonline

  • It's not for lack of trying; over the last year, the Obama administration has activated a "cybercommand" at the Defense Department to raise the military's defenses against intrusion and develop offensive capabilities.

    StarTribune.com rss feed

  • And senior Defense Department officials and military officers directly involved in planning for the Pentagon's new "cybercommand" acknowledge that the risk of collateral damage is one of their chief concerns.

    RutlandHerald.com

  • And senior Defense Department officials and military officers directly involved in planning for the Pentagon's new "cybercommand" acknowledge that the risk of collateral damage is one of their chief concerns.

    legitgov

  • The panel is asked a question about the US government's "cybercommand".

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  • Just last year, while researching a book on America's digital illiteracy, I met with the Air Force General then in charge of America's cybercommand.

    Douglas Rushkoff: Why Johnny Can't Program: A New Medium Requires A New Literarcy

  • Just last year, while researching a book on America's digital illiteracy, I met with the Air Force General then in charge of America's cybercommand.

    Douglas Rushkoff: Why Johnny Can't Program: A New Medium Requires A New Literarcy

  • Just last year, while researching a book on America's digital illiteracy, I met with the Air Force General then in charge of America's cybercommand.

    Douglas Rushkoff: Why Johnny Can't Program: A New Medium Requires A New Literacy

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