Internet Law or Law of Cyber-Fittest— Conceptual Hacking Strategy
In computers and computer computational computing networks an Internet Conceptual Hacking Strategy is any attempt of multi-hacks to expose, alter, disable, destroy and gain unauthorized access to or make unauthorized use of an asset without possibility to get arrested because absence of money steal or fraud.
A cyberattack is any type of offensive maneuver that targets computer information systems, infrastructures, computer networks, or personal computer devices; process that attempts to access data, functions or other restricted areas of the system without authorization, potentially to take companies to bankrupt, intent is to drive away investors or potential customers. Depending on companies, multi-hacks can be part of unpunished cyberwarfare or cyberterrorism, a useful strategy against efficient digital marketing competition and bad digital marketing strategies. A Direct Internet Assault Strategy, or A DDOS Management & Financial Montoring, can be employed by sovereign states, individuals, groups, society or organizations, and it may originate from an anonymous source.
The strategy is under study to give development and efficiency options. Guide to developing the Project Business Case and Case Study showing the relationship between strategy, programme and project development.