Cyberterrorism

by WorldTribune Staff, July 3, 2016 Facebook fails to block posts that incite violence and Mark Zuckerberg, the social media giant’s chairman and co-founder, has the “blood of terror victims on his hands,” an Israeli official said. Public Security Minister Gilad Erdan said Facebook and Zuckerberg share partial responsibility for terrorist attacks, including a Palestinian […]

With Game of Thrones now on hiatus and a little less than two weeks until Mr. Robot resumes, you may feel like you can take a break from TV. But during this time of too much television, there’s no time for breaks. We must remain ever-vigilant, always on high alert, and in constant binge mode. […]

By Daniel Wilson Law360, Nashville (June 17, 2016, 2:41 PM ET) — A Kosovo man pled guilty in Virginia federal court to charges that he hacked the personal details of around 1,300 American troops and government personnel and put them at risk by posting that information on a Twitter account controlled by the Islamic State […]

Emotional Intelligence Though it looks like a standard odd couple buddy movie, “Central Intelligence” has more surprises than the the tagline — “Saving the World Takes a little Hart and a big Johnson” — would suggest. 20 years after graduating, least popular high school student Bob Stone (Dwayne Johnson) Facebook friends most popular high school […]

US, Israel to Sign Super-Speed Cyber Info Sharing Deal print Air Force officers in NATO computer course.Photo Credit: IAF U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas is set to sign an agreement Tuesday on behalf of Washington with Israel to automate the sharing of cyber data between the two nations. Mayorkas made the announcement Monday […]

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Cyber terrorists, including those from groups like ISIS and al-Qaeda, often try to recruit hackers to join them. That’s because of hackers’ skills and capabilities, as well as the fact that hacking may bring practitioners into some murky corners of cyberspace where they encounter people with dubious—sometimes downright evil—motives. In a post on Peerlyst (https://www.peerlyst.com), Dominique […]

A U.S. media monitoring group has unearthed what has been labelled a “kill list,” linked loosely to Daesh and brandishing the names of about 150 Canadian “targets.” The list, while likely an empty threat and apparently compiled almost at random, could serve as inspiration to “lone wolf” attackers and offers the latest example of a […]

SAN FRANCISCO, June 16, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — Cyber terrorists, including those from groups like ISIS and al-Qaeda, often try to recruit hackers to join them. That’s because of hackers’ skills and capabilities, as well as the fact that hacking may bring practitioners into some murky corners of cyberspace where they encounter people with dubious—sometimes downright evil—motives. […]