February 3, 2013

Zero Tolerance for the Globe's Cyber Criminals

The Australian, The Australian

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Rapidly escalating incidents of malevolent cyber espionage and crime have been attributed to Iran, using state-sponsored hacker teams to target government, defence, business and human rights organisations for intelligence and disruption. Russia and other parts of the former Soviet bloc are being used as a base for global cyber crime syndicates and well-organised terrorist groups skilled in cyber attacks.

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TAGGED: Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Iran, China, Cyber War, Cybersecurity, Cyber Attacks

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