Street racing criminal Dominic Toretto is drawn out of retirement by an encounter with a ruthless cyberterrorist
, who recruits him for an international criminal scheme.
"The problem that we and other utilities face is that, yes, we can put the foundational protections and all that in place, but we will never technologically match a state-sponsored cyberterrorist
outfit because that is all they do," he said.
She's a brilliant cyberterrorist
, but she uses old-fashioned blackmail to force Dom to do her dirty work.
could target the computer networks of governments, individuals, public utilities, private airlines, SCADA systems, and other critical networks.
Former President Bill Clinton and bestselling novelist James Patterson have collaborated to write The President Is Missing, a political thriller following a president and his team trying to stop a cyberterrorist
In a 2012 article titled "The Cyber Terror Bogeyman," Peter Singer explained that fear and perceptions of the cyberterrorist
threat often blur the realities of terrorist capabilities, at least in part because of elusive conceptions of the term "cyberterrorism." (1) While the Federal Bureau of Investigation offers a relatively specific definition that is predicated on select efforts that result in violence, (a) other discussions of cyberterrorism tend to "sweep all sorts of nonviolent online mischief into the 'terror' bin." (2) This appears to result in the inflation of perceptions of cyberterrorism and the dangers it invites.
She engages her agent to track down cyberterrorist
Raoul Silva (Javier Bardem).
"If it was certified as a cyberterrorist
attack, the captive would have this year 82% backstop versus being self-insured for that loss if they didn't have it in their captive," he said.
However, if a cyberterrorist
launched a botnet attack from computers around the globe, it is unclear under international law whether jurisdiction should be predicated on where the cyberterrorist
executed the attack, where the effects of the attack occurred, or the locations of the computers that were hijacked to perpetrate the attack.
For a cyberterrorist
, this potential for mass destruction makes carriers and their affiliated industry members very appealing targets." It goes on to note that: "Cybera-ttacks are here to stay and will only grow more dangerous and sophisticated as the Internet ecosystem evolves.
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.
(189) The cyberterrorist
's goal would likely be to undermine the populace's faith in government by interrupting essential services.