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  • noun Defense against internet attack


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cyber- +‎ defense


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  • And only the U.S., Britain and a handful of NATO's 26 other members or 40-odd partner countries currently have clear and active cyberdefense strategies, experts say.

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  • "I would accept a little more risk to be assured that I can get all of my money when I want it," said Mr. Williamson, president of Severn Group, a cyberdefense consultant.

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  • Other elements include mobile cyberdefense kits for rapid reaction and centralized systems that will give NATO officials in Belgium information on problem situations that they can use to make decisions and react.

    Firms Bid on NATO Cyberwar

  • In June, NATO defense ministers agreed on a new cyberdefense policy.

    Firms Bid on NATO Cyberwar

  • Lewis , a program director at the Washington-based Center for Strategic and International Studies, at a recent conference on cyberdefense in Brussels.

    Firms Bid on NATO Cyberwar

  • Analysts say cyberdefense is a logical direction for NATO to move because the threat of conventional war in Europe appears to have receded.

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  • China's Defense Ministry revealed for the first time in May that it had formed a 30-strong cyberdefense unit, called the "Blue Army," but insisted that it was for defensive purposes only.

    Chinese State TV Alludes to U.S. Website Attacks

  • Other young scholars are remaking our intellectual landscape- telecommunications and cyberdefense specialist Marvin Ammori argues that the First Amendment is a design principle.

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  • NATO, which was established in 1949 to defend against Soviet-bloc tanks and missiles, started addressing cyberdefense in 2002, when leaders saw risks arising from the Balkan conflict.

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  • Some observers say NATO needs to accelerate its efforts and expand its cyberdefense umbrella even wider.

    Firms Bid on NATO Cyberwar


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