Daily Cybercrime and Security Report for September 14, 2001


A daily survey of the latest cybercrime news from around the world.


Jerusalem Post: Experts: Cyber Violence Expected Following Tuesday’s Attacks 13-Sep-01 19:11:39 ET

Story Highlights:“In the aftermath of the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, US authorities are concentrating on locating the survivors, caring for the injured, determining the identity of the perpetrators and debating how to respond…”

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“But what should not be overlooked, terrorist experts say, is the potential for a cyber conflict launched by those seeking to avenge the death of countrymen that could spiral out of control…”

Full Story on Jerusalem Post


Internet.com: Exodus Operates Under Heightened Security 13-Sep-01 17:11:55 ET

Story Highlights:“Managed hosting provider Exodus Communications (NASDAQ: EXDS) yesterday announced its 44 Internet Data Centers (IDCs) worldwide are continuing operations with heightened security measures at each of its IDCs, with no interruption of service to customers…”

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“Exodus’ Cyber Attack Tiger Team (CATT) is a team of security experts who are responsible for protecting customers’ Internet infrastructure against cyber attacks and cyber-terrorism activity…”

Full Story on Internet.com


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