Yang said cyber hacking in the U.S.-China relationship is no longer an issue solely for China to address.
He has already rejected at least one calling for separate leaders for the NSA and the United States cyber Command.
CISPA, the cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act, passed the House of Representatives yesterday.
At one point, the authorities thought they had a cyber stalker on their hands.
Optimists see robotic and cyber warfare largely supplanting human conflict.
Not that the Defense Department and U.S. military should stay out of the cyber security business--quite the opposite.
He was able to post via his blog a cyber Christmas card featuring a photo of his four daughters when they were youngsters.
The cyber squad had to consult the statute books in its effort to determine whether there was adequate legal cause to open a case.
Creating and even promoting the fear of “cyber war” makes that more difficult.
Just as it was with nation building in Iraq, so it is with cyber defense.
as an element in word formation, ultimately from cybernetics (q.v.). It enjoyed explosive use with the rise of the Internet early 1990s. One researcher (Nagel) counted 104 words formed from it by 1994. Cyberpunk (by 1986) and cyberspace were among the earliest.
Cyber is such a perfect prefix. Because nobody has any idea what it means, it can be grafted onto any old word to make it seem new, cool -- and therefore strange, spooky. ["New York" magazine, Dec. 23, 1996]As a stand-alone, it is attested by 1998 as short for cybersex (which is attested by 1995).
A prefix that means "computer" or "computer network," as in cyberspace, the electronic medium in which online communication takes place.
Having to do with computers and computer operations: cybergroup, cybermuffin, cyberphobe, cybersex
[late 1980s+; fr Greek kyber, ''rudder''; used by the mathematician Norbert Wiener in 1948 about his work on automatic control]
To have cybersex.