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  • noun Plural form of cyberdefense.

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Examples

  • It may be appropriate for defense contractors to adopt some of the same cyberdefenses as the U.S. military, but extending government military defenses to other companies beyond the. gov realm is not (nor is that solution suggested by Lynn).

    Susan Landau: The Pentagon's Message on Cybersecurity

  • It may be appropriate for defense contractors to adopt some of the same cyberdefenses as the U.S. military, but extending government military defenses to other companies beyond the. gov realm is not (nor is that solution suggested by Lynn).

    Susan Landau: The Pentagon's Message on Cybersecurity

  • It may be appropriate for defense contractors to adopt some of the same cyberdefenses as the U.S. military, but extending government military defenses to other companies beyond the .gov realm is not nor is that solution suggested by Lynn.

    Susan Landau: The Pentagon's Message on Cybersecurity

  • Yesterday, @AnonymousIRC, a Twitter account related to the organization, reported that Anonymous had breached NATO's cyberdefenses and stole data.

    CNET News.com

  • What's worse: U.S. security officials say the country's cyberdefenses are not up to the challenge.

    NPR Topics: News

  • If U.S. cyberdefenses are to be improved, more people like Gosler will be needed on the front lines.

    NPR Topics: News

  • It would also establish a public/private partnership to help set national cybersecurity priorities and improve our private-sector cyberdefenses, including the security of our nation's most critical cybernetworks.

    Lead Stories from AOL

  • America's cyberdefenses are not up to the challenge, leaving financial, telecommunications, transportation and even military operations in dangerous open cyber space.

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  • Banks have spent heavily to shore up cyberdefenses, and they've kept a policy of reimbursing individual online account holders who can verify that they've been ripped off, Johnson says.

    Top Tech News

  • Banks have spent heavily to shore up cyberdefenses, and they've kept a policy of reimbursing individual online account holders who can verify that they've been ripped off, Johnson says.

    Top Tech News

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