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Leftwing Extremists Likely to Increase Use of Cyber Attacks over the Coming Decade

US Department for Homeland Security, 26/01/2009


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Resource information:
Resource IDusdhs2009
Resource titleLeftwing Extremists Likely to Increase Use of Cyber Attacks over the Coming Decade
Author(s)Strategic Analysis Group
Publication/ sourceUS Department for Homeland Security
Date published26/01/2009
Summary text/ abstractThis assessment examines the potential threat to homeland security from cyber attacks conducted by leftwing extremists, a threat that DHS/I&A believes likely will grow over the next decade. It focuses on the more prominent leftwing groups within the animal rights, environmental, and anarchist extremist movements that promote or have conducted criminal or terrorist activities. This assessment is intended to alert DHS policymakers, state and local officials, and intelligence analysts monitoring the subject so they can better focus their collection requirements and analysis.
Library categoriesAnarchism & Action, Direct Action & Protest, Hacktivism, Politics
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