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cyberequivalent

Definitions

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  • noun An equivalent of something, in terms of computers.

Etymologies

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cyber- +‎ equivalent

Examples

  • "We are playing the cyberequivalent of cat and mouse, and, unfortunately, the mouse seems to be one step ahead," said Robert Mueller, director of the U.S.

    Cybercrime Costs Mount in U.K.

  • The St. Petersburg-based group is the cyberequivalent of a landlord that leases rooms to drug dealers, said Zulfikar Ramzan, a technical director for Symantec, a computer-security company.

    Georgia States

  • "It's the cyberequivalent of fumbling around in the dark until you find the doorknob," Mr. Lewis said.

    NYT > Home Page

  • "It's the cyberequivalent of fumbling around in the dark until you find the doorknob," Mr. Lewis said.

    NYT > Global Home

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