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Cyber Reviews

The Cyber Desk Review is a periodic report and analysis that addresses two main subjects: cyber-terrorism (offensive, defensive, and the media, and the main topics of jihadist discourse); and cyber-crime, whenever and wherever it is linked to jihad (funding, methods of attack). The Cyber Desk Review addresses the growing significance that cyberspace plays as a battlefield in current and future conflicts, as shown in the recent increase in cyber-attacks on political targets, crucial infrastructure, and the Web sites of commercial corporations.

Cyber Report no. 23 June-August 2017

01/09/2017 | by Cyber Desk
This report covers the period of June-August 2017.
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Incitement - Terrorist Attack in Wimbledon

09/07/2017 | by Cyber Desk
On Wednesday, July 5, 2017 a call was posted on a Telegram channel belonging to jihadist operatives to carry out a terrorist attack in Wimbledon similar to the attack that took place at the “Manchester Arena” events hall during a performance by the singer, Ariana Grande. On May 22, 2017 a terrorist carried out a suicide bombing as he mixed in with the audience during the exit from the event. 22 people were killed in the attack and over 50 others were injured. The next day, the Islamic State claimed responsibility for the attack.
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Cyber Review No. 22

01/06/2017 | by Cyber Desk

The ICT’s Cyber-Terrorism Activities report for May 2017 reviews six areas: operational uses; defensive tactics; offensive tactics; cyber-crime and cyber-terrorism; international response; and a case study of East Asia.

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CCTA’s Statement Regarding the End of the Raid of al-‘Adnani

11/05/2017 | by Cyber Desk
Yesterday, May 10, 2017, the Caliphate Cyber Terrorism Army (CCTA) hacker group, formerly known as the Cyber Caliphate Army (CCA), released an official statement in which it announced the end of the raid named after Islamic State spokesman, Abu Mohammad al-‘Adnani, who was killed on August 30, 2016.
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Cyber Review No. 21

01/05/2017 | by Cyber Desk

The main trends identified during the month of April 2017 were analyzed on five axes: operational uses; defensive tactics; offensive tactics; cyber-crime and cyber-terrorism; and counter-measures to protect against cyber-crime.

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