cyber terrorism

The Paris climate accord, signed by 175 countries in April, was a high point of success for the United Nations. The U.N. has also managed to focus governments around the world on sustainable development goals. Yet, on the security side of the equation, for which the U.N. was principally founded, the record is largely one of failure. (continued)
In March 1946, Winston Churchill famously declared that an "iron curtain" had descended across the European continent, casting a decades-long chill between East and West known as the Cold War. A new chill is in the air once again as China and Russia seek to draw a new "digital curtain" across the world in a joint effort to thwart the Western web from penetrating their cultural space.(continued)
I couldn't tear myself away from what would appear comical if it weren't so frightening and potentially devastating to our
Many Western observers fear that cyber reform based on the principle of internet sovereignty might legitimize authoritarian control and undermine the cosmopolitan promise of the multistakeholder system. China, however, benefits too much from the current system to pose a credible alternative.
In today's modern frictionless economy, the principal requisite for growth and order is the free flow of sensitive information, banking transactions and private data on a global scale.
The U.S. is offering its largest bounty in a cyber crime case ever for a Russian hacker on the FBI’s most wanted list.
Dyn said North Korea's Internet links were unstable on Monday and the country later went completely offline. China is North
We now talk about a "cyber domain" -- i.e., a military domain similar to the air, land, sea or space domains where the military already operates in -- as a new domain of warfare. We also talk about cyber warfare, cyber terrorism, a "cyber 9/11" and even "cyber Pearl Harbor."
It may sound like a scene from a zombie apocalypse movie, but it could be your life -- a nationwide cyber-version of Ground Zero. Think of it as 9/11/2015.
Authorities say the recovered goods represent more than $1 million in merchandise, including more than 200 bicycles, 100