The first known death from a cyberattack raises the prospect that malware could be more than just a financial crime. Read the rest at Geopolitical Futures.
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Let’s pretend that you’re a cyberterrorist, or if you prefer, a rogue agent working for a super-secret government intelligence program that develops cyberweapons. And let’s further imagine that you’ve developed a pretty cool computer virus that steals money from people’s bank accounts, and you’re really itching to try it out against somebody, say, Mr. Wonderful from Shark Tank. When’s the best time to deploy your little bundle of digital joy? Continue reading