cyberwarrior


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cyberwarrior

An individual engaged in sabotaging computer systems. See information warfare.
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The CyberWarrior Scholarships include everything recipients need to be certified for a career in cybersecurity, including training classes, textbooks, materials and certification tests.
Cyberwarriors are agents or quasi-agents of nation-states who
There is nothing conventional about cyberspace operations, and there is nothing conventional about a cyberwarrior," he said at the Space Foundation's Cyber 1.
That range not only spans information technology hardware and security software but also includes training and education for the cyberwarrior and layman alike.
You might forgive the new cyberwarrior for deciding that we have clearly already lost the first cyberwar.
Think, however, how elusive are the cyberwarriors who've been plotting to mess up American banking systems, agency files, individual computers, even Federal Express.
The strategic ambiguity associated with declarations such as NATO's have made the rules governing cyberwarriors difficult to determine.
And right here at home, cyberwarriors like the Washington National Guard's 262nd Network Warfare Squadron, whom I met earlier this year - wonderful, wonderful folks - are using the skills and experience they've gained in America's wonderfully innovative technology community to protect our networks and to do things like counter ISIL's influence online.
The power of Stuxnet technology is that the Iranians can't know what other malware may have been planted in their computers, or what new capabilities America's cyberwarriors may have developed.
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Some authors, such as RAND's cyber expert Martin Libicki argue that "cybersupremacy is meaningless and, as such, is not a proper goal for operational cyberwarriors.
cyberwarriors can inflict against low-tech countries (or at least those who do not acquire systems before they understand how to protect them).