cyberterrorist


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cyberterrorist

[ˈsaɪbəˌterərɪst]
A. ADJciberterrorista
B. Nciberterrorista mf
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While we reduce the size of our nuclear arsenal, I will take our remaining weapons off hair-trigger alert, lengthening the time it takes to launch them and reducing the danger that they will be launched by accident or by a cyberterrorist.
26) See Goodman & Brenner, supra note 18 at 17 (providing examples of industries vulnerable to cyberterrorist attacks).
I believe that this incident represents the first successful major cyberterrorist attack in world history, with myriad implications for corporate and international political concerns.
This Article argues that the protective principle--which predicates prescriptive jurisdiction on whether a nation suffered a fundamental security threat--should govern cyberterrorist prosecutions.
Over the past decade, the concept of a cyberterrorist attack has gone from science fiction to reality.
For a cyberterrorist, this potential for mass destruction makes carriers and their affiliated industry members very appealing targets.
Some of the survey's headline findings include: | 35% of respondents believe a specific definition of cyberterrorism to be essential for policymakers in the area; | 58% see cyberterrorism as a "significant threat"; | 49% believe a cyberterrorist attack has already taken place; | 69% of researchers believe nation states can engage in cyberterrorism.
And while, as a victim of a persistent cyberterrorist, presenter Richard Bacon deserves praise for putting his head above the parapet, it was a pity we didn't see him unmask his own obsessive abuser.
If a power grid is under siege from a cyberterrorist, the satisfaction of knowing that a future prosecution will be successful will not allay the immediate concerns of protecting public safety.
In the context in which figures in public life are calling for Julian Assange's elimination as a cyberterrorist, to go on television and smirkingly call for his assassination is to join the braying hounds.
Lentz, A State's Duty to Prevent and Respond to Cyberterrorist Acts', 10 CHI.
We must realize that we are the front line of defense against cybercrime; we must understand that our carelessness could facilitate a successful cyberterrorist or information warfare attack on the critical infrastructures of our society.