Posts Tagged ‘Cyber-warfare’

Cyber crime costs the global economy $445 billion a year

by Desislava Aleksandrova A new report – A Guide to Cyber Risk: Managing the Impact of Increasing Interconnectivity – reveals that cyber crime costs the world $445 billion annually, with the top ten economies accounting for more than 50% of the costs. Since 2005 there have been 5,029 reported data breach incidents in the US alone, and at […]

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Cyber Attacks Jeopardize Superpower Status

Cyberspace enable e-mail, electricity grids, international banking and military superiority. We can’t live without cyberspace – but increasingly, experts say its openness is putting the United States in jeopardy. “We can say that sovereignty’s at risk,” said Sami Saydjari. He heads the Cyber Defense Agency, an information security company. “Basically our whole superpower status as […]

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Cyber attacks on US Government websites

Image by Boyce Duprey via FlickrAssociated Press reported by Hyung-jin Kim, Wed Jul 8 “South Korean intelligence officials believe North Korea or pro-Pyongyang forces committed cyber attacks that paralyzed major South Korean and U.S. government Web sites, aides to two lawmakers said Wednesday.” See the details at the link below: Cyber attacks on South Korean […]

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Cyber warfare and possibility of cybergeddon

Cyber warfare poses a serious threat to critical infrastructure of a country. It has been a major challenge for DoD officials, cyber attackers have already stolen tera byte of data from their infrastructure. Most of the security expert and FBI agree that cyber attacks pose biggest threat to US vital infrastructure. “Cybergeddon” our daily economy […]

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