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SYMPOSIUM: The New Cold War?
Articles - December 28, 2012
 

In late October, speaking at the Intrepid Museum in New York, U.S. Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta delivered a stark warning. The United States, Panetta said, could soon face a mass disruption event of catastrophic proportions, a "cyber Pearl Harbor" of sorts.

 
Banking Without Borders
Articles - December 14, 2012
 

Money laundering and terrorism financing are global problems that transcend national boundaries, and launderers and terrorists are constantly adapting their techniques to exploit vulnerabilities in the financial system to disguise the movement of funds.

 
Is Iran Attacking U.S. Banks?
Articles - October 2, 2012
 

Late last month, many Americans experienced difficulties accessing their digital bank accounts and the Web sites of their financial institutions. The culprit wasn't a simple computer glitch, but a series of coordinated cyberattacks aimed at the U.S. financial sector.

 
Cyber Urgency Needed: Complacency Leaves U.S. Vulnerable
Articles - June 18, 2012
 

How real is the potential for cyberwar? The growing attention being given to cyberspace by policymakers and the media alike reflects an inescapable reality. With government agencies and private companies under frequent attack in cyberspace, and with incidents of cyber espionage increasing in both intensity and frequency, it would be fair to say that the U.S. is already engaged in battle in cyberspace.

 
Iran, the next cyberthreat
Articles - May 14, 2012
 

Since taking office in 2009, the Obama administration has made cybersecurity a major area of policy focus. The past year in particular has seen a dramatic expansion of governmental awareness of cyberspace as a new domain of conflict. In practice, however, this attention is still uneven. To date, it has focused largely on network protection and resiliency (particularly in the military arena) and on the threat potential of countries such as China and Russia. Awareness of what is perhaps the most urgent cybermenace to the U.S. homeland has lagged behind the times.

 
Eurasia Security Watch - No. 258
Bulletins - May 11, 2012
 

Syrian hackers attack Qatar and Saudi Arabia; Hamas and Islamic jihad elections; Israeli nuclear submarines to counter Iran; Tajikistan cracks down on Islamist groups

 
China Reform Monitor - No. 961
Bulletins - April 25, 2012
 

New body to audit the PLA; 

Anonymous hacker group targets Chinese government
 
China Reform Monitor - No. 959
Bulletins - April 17, 2012
 

PLA claims it's a victim of cyberattacks; 

CPC forms monastery management agency for Tibet
 
Eurasia Security Watch - No. 256
Bulletins - March 29, 2012
 

Egyptian MP proposes "Islamic" punishments; Increasing Russian weapons exports to Syria; Resumption of U.S.-Yemen Counterterrorism training causes stir; Turkey's new cyber security strategy for 2013; Independence for Eastern Libya?

 
MTN has no business aiding terror in Iran Allegations that SA cellphone company helps regime persecute opposition
Articles - March 24, 2012
 

MTN has a corporate responsibility to cease doing business with Iran and colluding with a state sponsor of terror that uses its technology to track, silence and kill its people. The South African government should take immediate action to prevent this abuse of the telecommunications industry.