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To have cybersex.

cyber

(1) From "cybernetics," cyber is a prefix attached to everyday words to include their involvement with computers or electronics, but mostly with the Internet. See cybernetics, cyberactivism, cyberaffair, cyberage, cyberagent, cyberattack, cyberbully, cybercrook, cyber espionage, cybermarketing, Cyber Monday, cyber security, cybersex, cybersniping, cyberspace and cybersquatting.

(2) (CYBER) An early family of computers from Control Data that ranged from workstations to supercomputers. See Control Data.
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The Fund aims to increase the number and diversity of people entering the cyber security profession, with training providers able to bid for up to GBP100,000 to work with employers and design training programmes which retrain a diverse range of individuals for a career in cyber security.
- The deadline for applications to the Cyber Skills Immediate Impact Fund (CSIIF) is the 27th September.
In a recent report from WTW and independent researcher ESI ThoughtLab, annual losses from cyber attacks averaged $4.7 million in the last fiscal year - with more than one in 10 firms losing over $10 million.
However, a third of respondents did not know whether their organisations had been the subject of a cyber attack.
Panelists at the (https://www.insurancejournal.com/magazines/mag-features/2019/05/20/526871.htm) PLUS Cyber Symposium in New York last month echoed these concerns, with Bob Parisi, managing director and cyber product leader for Marsh, stating that one solution could be to model how the property market has historically underwritten risk, Insurance Journal reported.
The population of cyber engineers and analysts throughout the Washington, D.C., Beltway is 3.5 times as big as the rest of the US combined.
The SECP said that because insurers are significant contributors to the national financial sector, interruptions of insurers' systems due to cyber security incidents may have far-reaching implication.
On Tuesday, President Tsai Ing-wen addressed the opening of CYBERSEC 2019, then visited the Cyber Taiwan Pavilion.
Paolo Flammini, Founder and President, Cyber Partners said, "The Cytegic platform is clearly a "state of the art" technology when we consider the cyber risk quantification aspects.
According to him, active mobile phones users have increased to over 146 million people, adding that: '60 per cent of fraud is from mobile devices; of that figure, 80 per cent is from mobile apps, thus cyber criminals are continuously targeting mobile banking app to initiate fraudulent transactions.'
Keywords: Cyber Threat, Interstate Relations, Cyber Warfare, Deterrence, US-Russia Tensions, Information Warfare, US Presidential Elections.