09 Jul For Sale By Owner: Cyberwarfare.com Domain Name
Pure dotcom exact category match cybersecurity industry name is available
– Steve Morgan, Editor-in-Chief
Sausalito, Calif. – Jul. 9, 2018
The domain name Cyberwarfare.com is being listed by a private seller through Cybersecurity Ventures. The sale price, in the 5-figures, is confidential and will be shared in response to serious inquiries only.
A review of two cybersecurity premium domain names provides context on the value of Cyberwarfare.com.
Cybersecurity.com was listed for sale at $400,000 before being reduced, and then sold to a domain investor, according to DomainInvesting.com, an award-winning publication covering the specialized business of domain name investing.
Another premium name, Cybercrime.com, is listed for sale on Sedo, a domain marketplace, for $100,000.
Both names are parked domains, with nothing more than hyperlinks to advertisements on their sites.
Cyberwarfare.com is the most valuable domain name in cyber, and Cybersecurity Ventures has been putting it to good use as a community resource, auto-forwarding it to a quarterly Cyberwarfare Report.
While the term cybersecurity is interchangeable with infosecurity, information security, cyber defense, and others — cyberwarfare is an exact match category defining word, which makes the Cyberwarfare.com domain name even more valuable.
“Cyberwarfare is the word used to define the most aggressive form of attack by a foe or rival over the internet. It largely applies to actions by states and involves denying internet services to communities or countries, or, at worst, destroying critical infrastructure or industrial facilities.
One other use of the term is to describe activity by a national army that might accompany its invasion of another country using conventional forces. Most major states would today be expected to use cyberwarfare to attack another country’s computer infrastructure as part of an invasion or aggression.
Cyberwarfare tends to be distinguished from other forms of hostile cyber activity. Cybercrime involves activities like raiding bank accounts. Cyber espionage describes the stealing of secrets. Cyberwarfare tends to describe an assault that affects the national security of the state that is victimised.”
Cyberwarfare has grown in popularity and moved from a technical topic to something that concerns citizens, governments, businesses, and organizations globally. Cybercrime damages are predicted to cost the world $6 trillion annually by 2021, according to another report from Cybersecurity Ventures, which also devotes coverage to Cyberwarfare damages.
SERIOUS INQUIRIES ONLY
Cyberwarfare.com can be used for a website, blog, or any media property.
Serious inquiries only.
Contact us to get in touch with the owner for more information.
– Steve Morgan is founder and Editor-in-Chief at Cybersecurity Ventures.