[AFP] The threat of cyber-terrorism is growing and most countries are vulnerable to attacks that can shut down critical infrastructure, global experts told a conference here Tuesday.”The hard reality is that (information technology) has become a tool for cybercrime and cyberterrorism,” said Hamadoun Toure from the United Nations’ International Telecommunications Union.
Countries worldwide need closer cooperation to curb cyber terrorism threat, officials say [AP]
The world’s countries must cooperate more to fight the threat of cyberterrorism attacks, which could threaten facilities such as nuclear power plants, officials said Tuesday at an international conference.Government authorities and technology experts from more than 30 nations made the call at the opening of the meeting in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Experts warn of cyberterrorism threat [AP]
Officials from around the world agree they must cooperate better to fight the threat of cyberterrorism at facilities such as nuclear power plants.Government authorities and technology experts from more than 30 nations called for improved coordination at the meeting’s opening in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, on Tuesday.