4.3 – Cyber-Warfare and Cyber-Terrorism

4.3 – Cyber-Warfare and Cyber-Terrorism
Cyber warfare and cyber terrorism in government documents, literature, and everyday use have been extremely different, emotionally loaded, and context-specific to make addressing the subject challenging. Cyber warfare is usually seen as a catch-all term to define harmful or illegal activity on a network perpetuated by one state against another. While cyber terrorism often has a stronger meaning compared to cybercrime, defining acts that have the same features to terrorist attacks in the real world, but not always. Usually, cyber warfare and cyber terrorism are terms best associated with states; not companies. However, there have been cases where companies were attacked…
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