cyberterrorism

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cyberterrorism

(ˈsaɪbəˌtɛrərɪzəm)
n
1. (Law) the illegal use of computers and the internet to achieve some goal
2. (Computer Science) the illegal use of computers and the internet to achieve some goal
ˈcyberˌterrorist n
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cyberterrorism

[ˈsaɪbəˌterərɪsm] Nciberterrorismo m
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Although the protective principle is far superior for prosecuting cyberterrorists to the other traditional principles of jurisdiction, it is not a panacea.
13, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Cyberterrorists attacked landmark Google Android mobile Chinese gaming expert app "Zuan Xin Lucky Dragon Baccarat" but its creator said today that "our landmark Baccarat gaming expert app is re-launched on Google Play" and pronounced the malicious attack "a dismal failure".
At the same time, external threats from hacktivists, disgruntled employees or determined cyberterrorists are increasing, just as the technology infrastructure a business depends on is becoming increasingly vulnerable.
12) The Russian government has denied any involvement with the attacks and has exhibited no interest in searching for the cyberterrorists who the evidence suggests were based in its country.
and likely would not include the cyberterrorists that researchers were
Cloud Computing and Virtual Machines (VM) will be specifically targeted by cybercriminals and cyberterrorists resulting in VM malware and Cloud 'downtime' and Cloud 'data theft.
But between these efforts is a divide that opens these critical systems to threats ranging from teenage hackers to state-sponsored cyberterrorists.
There has recently been much hype about cyberterrorists and fear of the internet collapsing through their activities but SME owners should avoid complacency.
In England, cyberterrorists extorted tens of millions of pounds from British banks and defense companies after gaining access to their computers and threatening havoc.
Government networks are more likely to be targeted for attack -- whether by a disgruntled hacker or a well-funded team of cyberterrorists.
NORTH Korean cyberterrorists are feared to have hacked into emails between British royals.
But one key message delivered by NCUA Chairman Debbie Matz stands out: Today's credit unions face an ongoing and active threat from cybercriminals and cyberterrorists.