Definitions

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  • noun A robbery that takes place in cyberspace or on the Internet.

Etymologies

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cyber- +‎ heist

Examples

  • McAfee calls the cyberheist "Operation Aurora" and today provided detailed guidance to help organizations determine if they were impacted by the attack, which occurred over the December holidays and into early January.

    StreetInsider.com News Articles

  • McAfee calls the cyberheist "Operation Aurora" and today provided detailed guidance to help organizations determine if they were impacted by the attack, which occurred over the December holidays and into early January.

    StreetInsider.com News Articles

  • McAfee calls the cyberheist "Operation Aurora" and today provided detailed guidance to help organizations determine if they were impacted by the attack, which occurred over the December holidays and into early January.

    StreetInsider.com News Articles

  • McAfee calls the cyberheist "Operation Aurora" and today provided detailed guidance to help organizations determine if they were impacted by the attack, which occurred over the December holidays and into early January.

    Nachrichten Ticker - www.finanzen.net

  • McAfee calls the cyberheist "Operation Aurora" and today provided detailed guidance to help organizations determine if they were impacted by the attack, which occurred over the December holidays and into early January.

    WebWire | Recent Headlines

  • McAfee calls the cyberheist "Operation Aurora" and today provided detailed guidance to help organizations determine if they were impacted by the attack, which occurred over the December holidays and into early January.

    StreetInsider.com News Articles

  • McAfee calls the cyberheist "Operation Aurora" and today provided detailed guidance to help organizations determine if they were impacted by the attack, which occurred over the December holidays and into early January.

    WebWire | Recent Headlines

  • The U.S. Justice Department yesterday may have charged 11 people in the cyberheist of millions of credit card and debit card numbers from major U.S. retailers like TJX and Barnes & Noble, but the public shouldn't rest easy.

    Hackers charged, but we're no safer

  • The U.S. Justice Department yesterday may have charged 11 people in the cyberheist of millions of credit card and debit card numbers from major U.S. retailers like TJX and Barnes & Noble, but the public shouldn't rest easy.

    Past Tech Trends & Products: Technology Live Archive

  • Kirby, who led the successful prosecution of the gang behind the failed $420m cyberheist at

    The Register

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