[Dshield] FW: IAEM-LIST: Overseas Security Advisory Council Update Msg
haled at pionet.net
Thu Jun 26 21:09:24 GMT 2003
FYI - Just received this bulletin. Thought it might be of interest to some
of you. Deb
Deborah F Hale
Certified Business Continuity Professional/Computer Security Specialist
BCP Enterprise, Inc
Telephone: (712) 252-0361
From: Gary Brown Director Woodbury Co EMA [mailto:wcdes at netins.net]
Sent: Thursday, June 26, 2003 3:30 PM
To: Deb Hale
Subject: Fw: IAEM-LIST: Overseas Security Advisory Council Update Msg
Gary Brown Director
Woodbury County Emergency Management
121 Deer Run Trail
Climbing Hill IA 51015
wcdes at netins.net
----- Original Message -----
From: "Kostiuk, Ed M." <EdK at health.state.ok.us>
To: <iaem-list at iaem.com>
Sent: Thursday, June 26, 2003 12:25 PM
Subject: IAEM-LIST: Overseas Security Advisory Council Update Msg
> PLEASE NOTE: This is a PUBLIC discussion list; information shared on
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> Entry Location: Istanbul, Turkey Subject: Terrorist Organizations
> Planning Cyber Attack Against Turkey
> Entry Information:
> Security units have revealed that terrorist organizations are making
> preparations for launching a technologic attack against Turkey.
> Terrorist organizations will launch a cyber attack against link
> lines and information and data processing centers as well as against
> the systems of the ministries, the PTT [Postal, Telegraph, and
> Telephone]-Telecom, and police and military units.
> Security units have received information to the effect that
> terrorist organizations will launch a technologic attack against
> According to the information received, terrorist organizations
> use of data processing technology in order to launch a cyber attack
> the link lines and the information and data processing centers used by
> the state as well as against the systems of units such as the
> ministries, the PTT-Telecom, the Security General Directorate, and
> Turkish Armed Forces. Terrorist organizations will reportedly collapse
> these systems by using viruses.
> The Cyber Terrorism Report
> A report entitled "Cyber Terrorism" that was published in the
> police magazine drew attention to the fact that Turkish terrorist
> organizations train their personnel abroad on computer technology, the
> internet, and
> technologic issues.
> Stressing that there are 8,000 internet sites that conduct
> anti-Turkey activities, the report noted that these sites are being
> run abroad.
> The report also underlined that approximately 1,000 people visit
> these sites that broadcast via the United States, Germany, the
> Western European countries.
> The report also stated that despite the fact that official letters
> demanded that the sites that conduct anti-Turkey activities be closed
> were sent to Germany, Belgium, and the Netherlands, a positive answer
> has not
> been received from these countries.
> Ed Kostiuk, EMT-W
> Acute Disease Services
> Bioterrorism Emergency Management Coordinator
> Bioterrorism Division
> OK State Dept. of Public Health
> EdK at health.state.ok.us
> (405) 271-9444 x 57363
> 1000 N.E. 10th Suite 414
> Oklahoma City, OK 73117
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