conceptos básicos y contemporáneos, el Terrorismo Mundial y el
Internet se combinan para dar una
nueva arma llamada Cyberterrorismo (INFOGUERRA/CYBER TERRORISM). Es
practicadas en una guerra asimétrica por los grupos terroristas, que desean
un cambio radical, total y brusco a nuestra forma de gobierno democrático
y sistema social establecido. debido al Internet
estamos viviendo la internacionalización y
globalización del terrorismo.
La tecnología moderna, el Internet, la computación y las redes de
redes, bajo la plataforma de la globalización ha cambiado radicalmente la geo-política y la geografía estratégica.
Los sabotajes, el Cyber terrorismo, las municiones de precisión y los misiles armados con
todo tipo explosivos, de agentes químicos, atómicos y radiológicas serán
las armas de los nuevos arsenales del futuro.
Los terroristas, desde cualquier
lugar del mundo, aprovechan los medios de comunicación masivas y el
internet para difundiR su ideología criminal. Sus doctrinas y su
brutalidad esta llegando a las masas de sus seguidores a través de
la globalización, del uso de computadoras y la penetración del Internet.
Nunca los terroristas y los criminales han tenido un arma tan poderosa y
económica como Internet. Estamos en una guerra global en contra del
terrorismo y debemos estar alertos!
T H E F I G H T
A G A I N S T
A PRECISION-DELIVERY WEAPON
Ciberterrorismo (Cyber terrorism)
was one of the first white papers published on the topic of Cyber
terrorism, a new weapon in the arsenal of global terrorists to be used
for waging asymmetrical warfare. It was also one of the first resources
available and used in works consulted and bibliographies in subsequent
papers written about this new method of committing acts of terrorism
through cyberspace (the internet) which we now know as cyber terrorism.
Based on over 13 public conferences held in both Venezuela and the U.S.
(Barnes and Noble), when first published in Venezuela, it was one out of
only a handful of books worldwide, alerting the public, corporations,
state institutions and agencies about this new trend and dimension of
war: the cyberspace (traditional air, ground, water). In principle
cyber terrorism is the
continuation of terrorism by a new means and ways: cyberspace, networks,
computers and Internet.
Today, the threats that Enghelberg was concerned about dating back to
1999 threaten to become part of our daily reality and Government,
Industry and Society at large must prepare to deal with it.
About the Authors
A Mechanical Engineer (ICB, University
of Bucharest, 1982), Enghelberg was granted an M.Sc ("Toar Sheni") by
Israel's Department of Education in 1984. A prolific author of numerous
published books, articles, and poetry, Hedi Enghelberg was born in
Romania. In 1986, Hedi Enghelberg moved to Venezuela and currently
resides in South Florida. A successful businessman, the author has
extensive experience in computer technology and has been active on the
internet since 1996 helping companies throughout the U.S. and Latin
America establish a presence on the Internet.
Innovator and creative thinker, always avant-garde, Enghelberg, can be
compared to futurist Alvin Toffler. His extensive experience with
computers and the internet allowed him to see the potential of
technology, in the wrong hands being misused. Enghelberg has lectured
to security and intelligence personnel throughout Latin America and has
been cited by high echelon military and intelligence personnel. The
original Spanish edition of the book was used by a Venezuelan officer as
the basis for his thesis earning him awards and a promotion in rank to
Having been certified as a network systems administrator (A+, Net+,
Windows 2000 and Novell), Tenzer went on to obtain her degree as a
Political Scientist with a minor in Economics (B.A. CSUB, 2005). An
Analyst and activist, specializing in Terrorism, Latin America and the
Middle East, she was born Feigenbaum in Jerusalem, (later known as
Wittman) until she married Dr. Abraham I. Tenzer in 1988.
A polyglot (7 languages), raised in
Brazil, she lived in France and Peru, and worked in Mexico, Venezuela, (Product
Manager: major U.S. lines of medical equipment and the Atomic Energy of
Canada’s Industrial Products), and Los Angeles, (Hospital Specialist:
Pennwalt Prescription Products), Wittman (Tenzer) founded Any Language
International, (medical/legal court interpreting, and technical
translations included Teledyne’s Profile: English to Portuguese).
She was written up in The L.A. Times
(1984 Olympics). With Dr. Tenzer, at Bonagra Technologies & Services,
Inc. she developed an automated sanitation and control system for fresh
produce and tackled accidental contamination issues, giving her
experience with SCADA systems, sensors and HACCP programs.
She testified before the FDA in
Washington, D.C. on Food Safety Issues and now transferred the knowledge
and experience acquired in dealing with both industry and public safety
issues. She has met and spoken with many U.S. and international
political and industry leaders. She teamed up with Enghelberg as
coauthor of the original work, translating, updating and revising it.