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cyberintelligence

Definitions

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  • noun Intelligence (political or military information) gathered on the Internet.
  • noun rare Artificial intelligence.

Etymologies

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cyber- +ā€Ž intelligence

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Examples

  • The ironic bit is, that morning I was catching up with The SpyCast and listening to a fantastic interview with Dr. Terry Gudaitis who specializes in cyberintelligence gathering.

    TeeMorris.com » Blog Archive » The New Gig: What Iā€™m Doing and How Iā€™m Doing 2009

  • The ironic bit is, that morning I was catching up with The SpyCast and listening to a fantastic interview with Dr. Terry Gudaitis who specializes in cyberintelligence gathering.

    TeeMorris.com » 2009 » August 2009

  • These include a sample of raw intelligence documents and of summary digests of observations from both the field and the department's cyberintelligence unit.

    a little paranoia is a good thing 2007

  • There was a very low level of cyberintelligence, even at agencies that ought to have been very seriously involved, who were responsible for protecting the country, its electrical grid, its telecommunications.

    NPR Topics: News 2011

  • "The IP addresses used to launch the attacks are known to be associated with previous attacks from groups that are either directly employed agents of the Chinese state or amateur hackers that are proxies for them that have attacked other U.S. companies in the past," said Eli Jellenc, head of international cyberintelligence at iDefense.

    Medlogs - Recent stories 2010

  • "The IP addresses used to launch the attacks are known to be associated with previous attacks from groups that are either directly employed agents of the Chinese state or amateur hackers that are proxies for them that have attacked other U.S. companies in the past," said Eli Jellenc, head of international cyberintelligence at iDefense.

    Medlogs - Recent stories 2010

  • "The IP addresses used to launch the attacks are known to be associated with previous attacks from groups that are either directly employed agents of the Chinese state or amateur hackers that are proxies for them that have attacked other U.S. companies in the past," said Eli Jellenc, head of international cyberintelligence at iDefense.

    Army Rumour Service 2010

  • The hackers directed the attacks on the companies through six Internet addresses linked to servers in Taiwan, which sent commands to targeted computers in the firms, said Eli Jellenc, head of international cyberintelligence for the Silicon Valley-based cybersecurity research and forensics firm Verisign iDefense, which is helping companies investigate the penetrations.

    Redskins Insider Podcast -- The Washington Post Ellen Nakashima, Steven Mufson, John Pomfret 2010

  • And Israel, in comparative terms, has by far the most sophisticated cyberintelligence on the planet.

    Technology news, comment and analysis | guardian.co.uk Misha Glenny 2010

  • A computer hacker joins forces with rebel warriors to battle a malevolent cyberintelligence.

    post-gazette.com - News 2010

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