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Survey: Few companies addressing cyberterrorism

Cyberterrorism has become a growing threat, yet few companies include it in disaster recovery plans or policies and procedures, according to new survey from AFCOM.

By October 28, 2009


Fighting cyberterrorism in wartime

CNET's Brian Cooley looks at ways companies should protect their businesses from cyberterrorism and hacktivism during the war against Iraq.

November 1, 2007


Anti-spam tactics; Cyberterror in '03 predicted; more

Anti-spam tactics; Cyberterror in '03 predicted; more

By December 13, 2002


Anonymous ready to roll in post-LulzSec world

The hacking group releases information that came apparently from a federal cyberterrorism-defense training program.

By June 27, 2011


NATO set to launch a cyberdefense center

Seven member countries sign an agreement to open a cyberdefense center in Estonia to try to to bolster their savvy in fending off crippling cyberattacks.

By May 14, 2008


Richard Clarke on Patriot Act, WikiLeaks, privacy (Q&A)

Ten years after September 11, Americans are safer but would benefit from a civil liberties commission, former U.S. cybersecurity and counterterrorism advisor says.

By September 19, 2011


Government warns of looming cyberthreats

Appearing before a Senate panel, Director of National Intelligence Dennis Blair warns of the growing impact and danger of new cyberattacks.

By February 3, 2010


The technology of the 9/11 Memorial

More than 2 million people have visited the memorial at the site of the September 11 attacks in New York City. Many are using tech to help get the most out of their visits.

By April 19, 2012


The new byword in infosecurity: Don't embarrass the boss

New Frost & Sullivan global survey finds security staffers increasingly concerned about damage to corporate reputations from embarrassing data breaches or ID theft.

By April 21, 2008