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    Jeff Carr: Cyber Terrorists Affected by Generational Gap

    The threat of cyber terrorism is relatively low, but not because adversaries lack the technical capabilities, according to Jeffrey Carr, author and a principal at GreyLogic Inc. “In our investigations, we see a lot of very highly skilled engineers that are part of an extremist religious organization that get involved in hacking of one type […] More

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    Cybersecurity Challenge Not 'Insurmountable,' Says Singapore Minister

    Singapore’s well-developed IT infrastructure and dependence on technology has made the country a possible target for cyber terrorists, a scenario the Singaporean government is trying to prevent from occurring. Last year, McAfee released a report ranking Singapore as the 10th-riskiest domain out of 104 around the world. The report noted that almost one out of […] More

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    ‘We cannot afford to wait for a ‘cyber 9/11,’ Say Lieberman, et al

    Proposed legislation introduced last week calls to modernize, strengthen and coordinate the security of federal civilian and select private-sector critical infrastructure cyber networks. Introduced by Joe Lieberman, ID-Conn., Ranking Member Susan Collins, R-Me., and Federal Financial Management Subcommittee Chairman Tom Carper, D-De., the Protecting Cyberspace as a National Asset Act of 2010 proposes the creation […] More

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    Taliban Hacked, DoD Starts Cyber Offensive?

    The webmaster of a Taliban-endorsed website has claimed that the website was hacked. Abu al-Aina'a al-Khorasani, an administrator for a jihadi forum endorsed by the Taliban wrote in a  post that “group's main site and the site of its online journal Al-Sumud, have been the subject of an “˜infiltration operation,'“ according to The post goes […] More

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