Cyberterrorism: The Logic Bomb versus the Truck Bomb

September 2000
Global Dialogue;2000, Vol. 2 Issue 4, p1
In this article the author talks about the threat of cyberterrorism in the U.S. It refers to a combination of terrorism and cyberspace under which unlawful acts are carried out against government networks and the information stored within. She believes that cyberterrorists have declared a war against the U.S. to challenge its supremacy.These kind of attacks disrupts essential services like power supply, air traffic control etc. She concludes that all kinds of online crime should be taken seriously so that they can be prevented.


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