cyber-terrorist


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Synonyms for cyber-terrorist

a programmer who breaks into computer systems in order to steal or change or destroy information as a form of cyber-terrorism

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But I believe the reality is that we are responsible in large part for the ease with which cyber-terrorists, regardless of their ideology or motivation, are attacking us.
Bruce Willis, as John McClane, on the trail of cyber-terrorists in Die Hard 4.
and written by one of the world's leading counter-terrorism expert who takes pains to present an authentic account Zero-Day Exploit is a cyber-terrorist saga reflecting the cutting edge of the 21st century.
The answer lies in understanding the true nature of the cyber-terrorist threat, recognizing the gap most companies currently have in their defenses, and understanding how "best practices" for defeating control system cyber terrorism have fundamentally changed.
Set against the backdrop of the Internet and the software world, the novel is described as a "techno-thriller about a cyber-terrorist bent on paralysing the country's computing infrastructure".
To help companies respond to cyber-terrorist threats, Tucker recommends 10 steps for companies to take in designing an information and networking security program:
A computer hacker (Hugh Jackman) takes on a wily cyber-terrorist (John Travolta) in SWORDFISH (Warner Home Video, pounds 12.
Corporate piracy is not unknown, and the industry cannot rule out the possibility of cyber-terrorist attacks on its biological and chemical laboratories.
After coming in contact with a cyber-terrorist dubbed Morpheus (Laurence Fishburne), Neo discovers that the world he thinks he lives in is a computer-generated illusion where only a handful of people can distinguish between true human consciousness and virtual reality.
Be able to recognize and identify what constitutes an attack to a network or a computer system from an unscrupulous individual such as a cyber-terrorist, what their motivation is and how an attack is launched
Hussain, 20, is thought to be most active and capable cyber-terrorist with so-called Islamic State.
The new program is intended to monitor cyber-terrorist threats and "would rely on a set of sensors deployed in computer networks for critical infrastructure that would be triggered by unusual activity suggesting an impending cyber attack.
Computers can be used as weapons and the effort to improve computer security is driven by two contradictory forces, the Internet needs to be open, its architecture is totally decentralized and the Web was designed for different purposes, and software is essentially totally unsecured allowing hackers and Cyber-Terrorist to find their way in.
As chief villain, cyber-terrorist Thomas Gabriel (Olyphant), puts it: "John, you're a Timex watch in a digital age.
For 3 days I'm bringing in the top experts from around the world to teach among other things how to be a cyber-terrorist, so we can beat them at their own game.