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Unformatted text preview: Compsci 82, Fall 2011 11.1 Cybercrime, Cyberwar, Cyberterrorism In nuclear deterrence, both the Americans and the Soviets knew it was all or nothing: the Cuban missile crisis was resolved out of fear of catastrophic escalation. But in cyberattacks, the damage can range from the minor to the catastrophic, from slowing computer searches to bringing down a country ` s cellphone networks, neutralizing its spy satellites, or crashing its electrical grid or its air traffic control systems. http://nyti.ms/9k1w2i JOHN MARKOFF, DAVID E. SANGER and THOM SHANKER Compsci 82, Fall 2011 11.2 Cyber [War|Crime|Terrorism] bit.ly/tvg9yJ Bully? Fighter? …? nyti.ms/uTO2rk Iran, Siemens, … bit.ly/sbGWGD Anoymous? Attack? http://bit.ly/usX98J No cyberwar exists 1.usa.gov/sTDNw2 Yes we can! zd.net/tm40Ce WOW from China? Compsci 82, Fall 2011 11.3 Crime and Cybercrime An act committed or omitted in violation of a law forbidding or commanding it and for which punishment is imposed upon conviction http://www.thefreedictionary.com/crime Deviant behavior that violates prevailing norms --- cultural standards prescribing how humans ought to behave normally. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crime Compsci 82, Fall 2011 11.4 Cybercrime What is cyber-crime? Cyber-terrorism? Hackers, Crackers, Warez, Malware, cyber- bullying, Blackhats, Whitehats, DDOS Cyberespionage, Cyber-sleuthing, Cyberwar Imagined, real, over- or under-hyped? Hacktivism Electronic civil disobedience? Criminal? Ethical? Enjoyable? Why is the FBI involved in cybercrime? Compsci 82, Fall 2011 11.5 Examples of Cybercrime Social engineering/hacking: Kevin Mitnick Markoff, Shimomura, solitary confinement SPAM and Pornography Are these crimes? Do they affect the Internet? Do they infect the Internet?...
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