cyberattack


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cyberattack

An assault against a computer system or network. See information warfare and DOD cyberspace glossary.
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So, we must work together to defend ourselves from new threats like cyberattacks," he added.
We have seen that perpetrators are sophisticated and patient, so continuous monitoring is an important aspect in protecting credit unions from APTs and highly targeted cyberattacks and data thefts.
Companies that typically outsource their technology must review existing agreements for cybersecurity issues as well as insurance and indemnity provisions that cyberattacks may trigger.
First, Bloomberg reported late last year that a 2008 oil pipeline explosion in Turkey was the result of a cyberattack likely perpetrated by Russia.
A new survey of over 400 energy executives and IT professionals in the energy, oil, gas and utility industries found that most energy security professionals were extremely confident in their ability to detect a cyberattack on critical systems, with 86% stating they could detect a breach in less than one week.
Individuals who believe they are affected by this cyberattack but who have not received a letter by November 9, are encouraged to call the number listed at that website.
The post Swiss and Austrians probe possible cyberattack on Iran nuclear talks appeared first on Cyprus Mail.
This may be because these types of cyberattacks primarily target companies and rarely threaten ordinary users.
So that the importance really hits home, demonstrate how a cyberattack can impact the lives and jobs of your employees.
The company had earlier said that a "significant and sustained" cyberattack on its website might have compromised its 4 million customers' credit card and banking details.
The senior commander said the US changed its cyber commander following the failure in the cyberattack on Natanz, adding that the US general was forced to retire several months ago "due to the wrong information and data that he had presented to President Obama".
has come under cyberattack, possibly leading to a breach of personal information on at least 400 Chinese and Taiwanese users including their names and e-mail addresses, company officials said Thursday.