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Zero Hedge
Cyber Fraud At SWIFT – $81 Million Stolen From Central Bankrisks posed to bank deposits, markets and indeed all online investments and sav
Cyber Fraud At SWIFT – $81 Million Stolen From Central Bank
Zero Hedge / Posted 4 days ago
risks posed to bank deposits, markets and indeed all online investments and savings by hacking, cyberterrorism and cyberwar remains not understood. Given these real risks, tangible gold becomes not important but a vital means of preserving... Read more
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Slate
Here’s What Cyberwar Against ISIS Could Look LikeWhat Cyberwar Against ISIS Should Look LikeThe strategy worked to great effect
Here’s What Cyberwar Against ISIS Could Look Like
Slate / Posted 5 days ago
What Cyberwar Against ISIS Should Look LikeThe strategy worked to great effect against Iraq insurgents. Pentagon officials have publicly said, in recent weeks, that they’re hitting ISIS not only with bullets and bombs but also with cyberoffensive... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Every single movie coming out this summerby Steve Anderson. Indican Pictures Oscar-winning documentary filmmaker Alex G
Every single movie coming out this summer
Los Angeles Times / Posted 6 days ago
by Steve Anderson. Indican Pictures Oscar-winning documentary filmmaker Alex Gibney trains his camera on the world of cyberwar in this account of a "worm" unleashed by the U.S. and Israel on an Iranian nuclear facility that spread beyond its... Read more
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World Tribune
2012: Middle Eastincreasing in Arab sector – May 10 Saudis warned against visiting favored Syr
2012: Middle East
World Tribune / Posted 8 days ago
increasing in Arab sector – May 10 Saudis warned against visiting favored Syrian vacation spots – May 10 Israel weighs cyberwar ops to stop attacks from Sinai – May 9 Report: Israel-Egypt peace agreement is dead – May 9 U.S. claims ‘layered... Read more
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8d
World Tribune
2013: Stateside– March 20 Ten years after start of Iraq War: Geopolitical shifts have favored
2013: Stateside
World Tribune / Posted 8 days ago
– March 20 Ten years after start of Iraq War: Geopolitical shifts have favored Iran, China – March 20 Israel creates cyberwar unit in Defense Ministry – March 19 Centcom chief Gen. Mattis praises Jordan as ‘most dependable’ ally – March... Read more
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World Tribune
2013: Middle EastIran, China – March 20 Syrian Air Force launches first direct strike on rebel
2013: Middle East
World Tribune / Posted 8 days ago
Iran, China – March 20 Syrian Air Force launches first direct strike on rebels inside Lebanon – March 19 Israel creates cyberwar unit in Defense Ministry – March 19 Centcom chief Gen. Mattis praises Jordan as ‘most dependable’ ally – March... Read more
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Dallas Morning News
Q&A: Rep. Mike McCaul on ‘a whole new age of terrorism’when we think of ISIS and the cyberworld, we think of the social media recruiti
Q&A: Rep. Mike McCaul on ‘a whole new age of terrorism’
Dallas Morning News / Posted 8 days ago
when we think of ISIS and the cyberworld, we think of the social media recruiting aspect of it. You’re saying there’s a cyberwar aspect to ISIS. They like to get into the military’s personal Twitter and email accounts. When I read their... Read more
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KERA North Texas
Rules For Cyberwarfare Still Unclear, Even As U.S. Engages In Itto hacking into and then conducting surveillance on a particular computer. The
Rules For Cyberwarfare Still Unclear, Even As U.S. Engages In It
KERA North Texas / Posted 10 days ago
to hacking into and then conducting surveillance on a particular computer. The activity occurs even as the rules for cyberwarfare remain a work in progress. Among the outstanding questions: Who's in charge when the U.S. wages cyberwar? "The... Read more
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Deseret News
George F. Will: The destructive threat of cyberwarfare1991, in the Balkans in 1999 and against insurgents — hacking their emails — du
George F. Will: The destructive threat of cyberwarfare
Deseret News / Posted 11 days ago
1991, in the Balkans in 1999 and against insurgents — hacking their emails — during the "surge" in Iraq. In 2007, Israel's cyberwarfare unit disrupted Syrian radar as Israeli jets destroyed an unfinished nuclear reactor in Syria. But how should we... Read more
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International Business Times
Hackers can spy on your calls, texts and track your movements using just your phone number, experts say concerns about the growing threat of cybercrime that ranges from identity theft
Hackers can spy on your calls, texts and track your movements using just your phone number, experts say
International Business Times / Posted 13 days ago
concerns about the growing threat of cybercrime that ranges from identity theft and high-profile security breaches to cyberwar and cyberterrorism. According to the 2015 Identity Fraud Study released by Javelin Strategy & Research, as much as... Read more
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13d
The News & Observer
The destructive threat of cyberwarfare | News & Observer April 17, 2016 2:00 PM Cyberskills can serve espionage –
The destructive threat of cyberwarfare
The News & Observer / Posted 13 days ago
| News & Observer April 17, 2016 2:00 PM Cyberskills can serve espionage – the surreptitious acquisition of information – which is older than nations and not an act of... Read more
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13d
The Columbian
Will: Discussion on cyberattacks long overdue1991, in the Balkans in 1999 and against insurgents — hacking their emails — du
Will: Discussion on cyberattacks long overdue
The Columbian / Posted 13 days ago
1991, in the Balkans in 1999 and against insurgents — hacking their emails — during the “surge” in Iraq. In 2007, Israel’s cyberwarfare unit disrupted Syrian radar as Israeli jets destroyed an unfinished nuclear reactor in Syria. But how should we... Read more
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OregonLive.com
The destructive threat of cyberwarfare: George Willin the Balkans in 1999 and against insurgents -- hacking their emails -- during
The destructive threat of cyberwarfare: George Will
OregonLive.com / Posted 14 days ago
in the Balkans in 1999 and against insurgents -- hacking their emails -- during the "surge" in Iraq. In 2007, Israel's cyberwarfare unit disrupted Syrian radar as Israeli jets destroyed an unfinished nuclear reactor in Syria. But how should we... Read more
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International Business Times
Inside the new era of warfare: Exploring the 'cyber arms race' with Mikko Hyppnen Not many security experts like the term 'cyberwar', and Mikko Hyppönen used to
Inside the new era of warfare: Exploring the 'cyber arms race' with Mikko Hyppnen
International Business Times / Posted 15 days ago
Not many security experts like the term 'cyberwar', and Mikko Hyppönen used to be one of them. But in the wake of recent attacks on critical infrastructure in Ukraine and a rise in the sophistication of nation-state hacking, something changed along... Read more
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The Register
Swedish air controllers debunk cyber attack disruption theoryofficially denied, but it's more honest to admit a lapse in our normally skepti
Swedish air controllers debunk cyber attack disruption theory
The Register / Posted 15 days ago
officially denied, but it's more honest to admit a lapse in our normally skeptical perspective on anything that smacks of cyberwar hype. Norwegian blogger site aldrimer.no, the original source, based its story on a single unnamed NATO source, who... Read more
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Salem News
Destructive threat of cyberwarfarein the Balkans in 1999 and against insurgents -- hacking their emails -- during
Destructive threat of cyberwarfare
Salem News / Posted 16 days ago
in the Balkans in 1999 and against insurgents -- hacking their emails -- during the "surge" in Iraq. In 2007, Israel's cyberwarfare unit disrupted Syrian radar as Israeli jets destroyed an unfinished nuclear reactor in Syria. But how should we... Read more
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17d
The Oklahoman
George Will: The destructive threat of cyberwarfare1991, in the Balkans in 1999 and against insurgents — hacking their emails — du
George Will: The destructive threat of cyberwarfare
The Oklahoman / Posted 17 days ago
1991, in the Balkans in 1999 and against insurgents — hacking their emails — during the "surge" in Iraq. In 2007, Israel's cyberwarfare unit disrupted Syrian radar as Israeli jets destroyed an unfinished nuclear reactor in Syria. But how should we... Read more
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17d
New York Post
Defining acts of ‘aggression’ in the age of cyber warfare1991, in the Balkans in 1999 and against insurgents — hacking their e-mails — d
Defining acts of ‘aggression’ in the age of cyber warfare
New York Post / Posted 17 days ago
1991, in the Balkans in 1999 and against insurgents — hacking their e-mails — during the “surge” in Iraq. In 2007, Israel’s cyberwarfare unit disrupted Syrian radar as Israeli jets destroyed an unfinished nuclear reactor in Syria. But how should we... Read more
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17d
The Mercury News
George F. Will: The destructive threat of cyberwarfarein the Balkans in 1999 and against insurgents -- hacking their emails -- during
George F. Will: The destructive threat of cyberwarfare
The Mercury News / Posted 17 days ago
in the Balkans in 1999 and against insurgents -- hacking their emails -- during the "surge" in Iraq. In 2007, Israel's cyberwarfare unit disrupted Syrian radar as Israeli jets destroyed an unfinished nuclear reactor in Syria. But how should we... Read more
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17d
Japan Today
Chinese leaders big fans of 'House of Cards,' says Spacey ‹ Japan Todayplatform’s flagship series, winning both Emmy and Golden Globe awards. Despite
Chinese leaders big fans of 'House of Cards,' says Spacey ‹ Japan Today
Japan Today / Posted 17 days ago
platform’s flagship series, winning both Emmy and Golden Globe awards. Despite—or maybe because of—storylines that include cyberwar with the U.S. and a corrupt Communist Party insider, the show has been a big hit in China, with streaming service... Read more
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23d
Fortune
Why Gold Is the Ultimate Hedge Against Hackersyet, Chinese or Russian military cyberbrigades. Investors should have no doubt
Why Gold Is the Ultimate Hedge Against Hackers
Fortune / Posted 23 days ago
yet, Chinese or Russian military cyberbrigades. Investors should have no doubt about the ability of a number of foreign cyberwarfare units to close or disrupt major stock exchanges in the United States and elsewhere. In 2014, Bloomberg... Read more
24d
The Daily Record
Md.-based cyberwar unit could become independent military command WASHINGTON — Russia and China present the greatest cyber security threat to t
Md.-based cyberwar unit could become independent military command
The Daily Record / Posted 24 days ago
WASHINGTON — Russia and China present the greatest cyber security threat to the U.S., but Iran is trying to increase and spend more on its capabilities, the Navy admiral in charge of... Read more
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The Hill
Overnight Defense: Pentagon chief proposes chain of command reformsthat would be impacted by the ban include Yemen, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria a
Overnight Defense: Pentagon chief proposes chain of command reforms
The Hill / Posted 25 days ago
that would be impacted by the ban include Yemen, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Iran. SENATORS SAY OBAMA LACKS CYBERWAR POLICY: Senators on Tuesday hammered the Obama administration, saying it lacks a coherent or fully formed cyber... Read more
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The Washington Times
Gary Johnson, John McAfee, Austin Petersen in Libertarian debate on Fobs Businesin addition to being corrupt to the core, is woefully unprepared to defend our
Gary Johnson, John McAfee, Austin Petersen in Libertarian debate on Fobs Busines
The Washington Times / Posted 30 days ago
in addition to being corrupt to the core, is woefully unprepared to defend our nation from the very real threat of cyberwar. And yet, at the same time, this criminal enterprise masquerading as a government encroaches on our personal... Read more
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Slate
Tell Us What You Think About CyberwarThe citizen’s guide to the future. All month, we’ve run pieces on the risks an
Tell Us What You Think About Cyberwar
Slate / Posted 30 days ago
The citizen’s guide to the future. All month, we’ve run pieces on the risks and realities of cyberwar. Now we want to hear from you. With all that behind us, we’re most interested in what you think. Where do... Read more
30d
Slate
Test Your Knowledge of Cyberwar!The citizen’s guide to the future. Can you hack with the best of them? This M
Test Your Knowledge of Cyberwar!
Slate / Posted 30 days ago
The citizen’s guide to the future. Can you hack with the best of them? This March, Future Tense has been exploring cyberwar as part of our ongoing project Futurography, which introduces readers to a new technological or scientific topic each month.... Read more

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