ATbar Cyber Desk

Cyber Desk

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.

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IRGC Cyber-Warfare Capabilities


The cyber domain is composed of cellular technologies, space-based communications, and intranets, in addition to the internet of networked computers. Cyberspace often has a physical infrastructure layer which is dictated by the financial laws of rival capitals along with partisan laws of control and self-governing jurisdiction.

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ICT Cyber-Desk Review: Report #28

This report covers the period of July-September 2018.
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ICT Cyber-Desk Report: Chinese Hacker Groups

Chinese hacker groups have become professional, strategic, and operate with improved tactics. They once were considered very bold with little regard for operational security, but now they are strategically controlled.
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ICT Cyber-Desk Report: Kybernetiq

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ICT Cyber-Desk Report: Cyber threats on African subjects

The evolution of cyber crime has lead to more sophisticated attacks in Africa, from password theft to credit card fraud and attacks on entire computer networks, with hundreds of millions of African cyber attacks on an annual basis. Serainu ranked the government and banking sectors as being most vulnerable to cybercrime in Africa (2016). 96% of African organisations including banks, spend on average less than $5,000 on cyber security annually.
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