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  • noun Cyberterrorism.

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Examples

  • An alternative rationale for talks advanced by the Russians is fear of "cyberterror" - not the capacity for offensive cyberwarfare, but its use against civilians.

    Freedom to Tinker

  • The recent rise of alleged "cyberterror" and attempts to modernize Russian armed forces - especially in the wake of the 2008 South Ossetia War with Georgia - far better correlate with Russia's eagerness to come to the table.

    Freedom to Tinker

  • Well I think this whole "cyberterror" idea is pretty funny.

    Slashdot

  • Our Spanish cyberterror expert, arriving for that conference in Berlin, might by now have received a message that reads, I from San Francisco many documents about cyberthreats, most dangerous ones, to you yesterday sent.

    The English Is Coming!

  • Our Spanish cyberterror expert, arriving for that conference in Berlin, might by now have received a message that reads, I from San Francisco many documents about cyberthreats, most dangerous ones, to you yesterday sent.

    The English Is Coming!

  • It could be anything from turning a machine into a spam-bot or launching a widespread cyberterror attack.

    How to diagnose and defeat the dangerous Conficker worm

  • A new British-French rapid deployment force agreement to share resources in response to terrorist threats can help serve as a technical model to put together a similar cyberterror deterrent.

    Eric Ehrmann: Cloud Computing Powers up Cyberwar Threat

  • A new British-French rapid deployment force agreement to share resources in response to terrorist threats can help serve as a technical model to put together a similar cyberterror deterrent.

    Eric Ehrmann: Cloud Computing Powers up Cyberwar Threat

  • A new British-French rapid deployment force agreement to share resources in response to terrorist threats can help serve as a technical model to put together a similar cyberterror deterrent.

    Eric Ehrmann: Cloud Computing Powers up Cyberwar Threat

  • As detailed in my book and that released this week by former Bush cyberterror czar Richard Clarke, the previous administration was so allergic to regulation that it ignored the increasingly desperate calls by private technology leaders for a stronger role by Washington in protecting our infrastructure.

    Joseph Menn: Where is the Left on Cybercrime?

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