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cyberwarrior

An individual engaged in sabotaging computer systems. See information warfare.
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Cyberwarriors are agents or quasi-agents of nation-states who
1 telecommunications carrier, and security expert Mandiant, a private company run by a former Pentagon cyberwarrior, to deal with the problem.
"There is nothing conventional about cyberspace operations, and there is nothing conventional about a cyberwarrior," he said at the Space Foundation's Cyber 1.1 event in Colorado Springs, Colo.
That range not only spans information technology hardware and security software but also includes training and education for the cyberwarrior and layman alike.
Imagine a new, young cyberwarrior, recruited by the glitzy ads, arriving at work and finding that vast numbers of websites are inaccessible, his mobile phone has been disabled, he can only email a tiny fraction of his fellow net-citizens, and that his thumb drives have all been disabled.
Here, the term cyberwarriors refers to hackers who "possess the characteristic of being sponsored by states and being subject to the oversight of their governments" (Baldi, Gelbstein, & Kurbalija, 2003, p.
Duterte had (and apparently still has) the organized army of cyberwarriors ready to jettison the rules of engagement, including laying waste to the truth and to history, to create an army of fanatical devotees.
His army of cyberwarriors attacks banks, hospitals and movie production companies.
However, Pendergrass said he often finds that pay isn't a top factor for most Army cyberwarriors.
Think, however, how elusive are the cyberwarriors who've been plotting to mess up American banking systems, agency files, individual computers, even Federal Express.