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Issues: [[Public Critical Infrastructure]], [[Cybercrime]], [[Cyberwar]], [[Terrorists]], [[Actors and Incentives]]
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Issues: [[Public Critical Infrastructure]]; [[Cybercrime]]; [[Cyberwar]]; [[Terrorists]]; [[Actors and Incentives]]
  
 
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Latest revision as of 14:28, 17 June 2010

Full Title of Reference

World War 3.0: Ten Critical Trends for Cybersecurity

Full Citation

Marvin J. Cetron and Owen Davies, World War 3.0: Ten Critical Trends for Cybersecurity (2009), The Futurist, September-October 2009 Issue.

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Categorization

Issues: Public Critical Infrastructure; Cybercrime; Cyberwar; Terrorists; Actors and Incentives

Key Words

Cyber Terrorism, Botnet, Cyber Warfare, Hacktivism

Synopsis

Technological advances and greater connectivity may be making information systems less rather than more secure. A special panel of military, intelligence, and forecasting experts examine the ten most significant trends that will shape the future of cybersecurity.

Additional Notes and Highlights

* Outline key points of interest