The growing risk

O'Flaherty, Kate
May 2014
SC Magazine: For IT Security Professionals (UK Edition);May/Jun2014, p14
The article focuses on the risks associated with cyber attacks. Topics discussed include incidents of cyber attack such as in Ukraine after the takeover of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea and the true domestic cyber war raged by the Russian Cyber Command against military enterprises, a brief history of cyber espionage, attacks allegedly orchestrated by China, the growing complexity of attack methods, and protection against espionage. INSET: CYBER WARFARE: A part to play.


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