(Greek: steersman, pilot, helmsman; to steer, guide, govern, governor; computer-mediated electronic communications)

The “art of governing” a derivative of Greek kubernete, “steersman, governor”, from kuberman, “steer”, source of the English word govern.
cybercrime (s) (noun), cybercrimes (pl)
Criminal acts that are committed over the internet, usually involving online fraud: Cybercrimes include criminal activities using electronic communications; especially, electronic theft of money, identity, or industrial espionage.
cybercrook (s) (noun), cybercrooks (pl)
Those who gain illegal entries into computer systems so they can divert financial transfers into their own accounts: Cybercrooks have increased significantly as people and business companies are losing more money because of illegal monetary transfers.
cyberculture (s) (noun), cybercultures (pl)
A society with a highly automated industry: Josh grew up in a cyberculture that was supported by a cybernated industry.
cyberdemocracy (s) (noun), cyberdemocracies (pl)
The use of information and communication technologies and strategies in political and government systems: Cyberdemocracy deals with the use of data and the study of scientific knowledge to involve people, to support principles of equality when political administrations make decisions, and to increase societies without class distinctions.
cyberfiction (s) (noun), cyberfictions (pl)
Stories, or lies, spread around on the internet: There are many examples of cyberfictions being sent out on the internet and so it is necessary that all of us have doubts about anything that is sent out by websites.
cyberian (s) (noun), cyberians (pl)
Enthusiastic computer and internet users: There are more and more cyberians who are involved in the various uses of computer technology.
cyberjournalist (s) (noun), cyberjournalists (pl)
Journalists who write for a variety online media: There is an increase of freelance cyberjournalists who are getting involved in the presentations of online news, views, and information; all of which are also normally found in printed issues of newspapers and magazines.
cyberknife (s) (noun), cybeknives (pl)
A robotic radio surgery system that delivers multiple beams of radiation and is used to treat benign tumors and cancers and other medical conditions located anywhere in the body: The cyberknife consists of a linear accelerator and a robotic arm that are used for the medical treatment of tumors and cancers.
cyberlawyer (s) (noun), cyberlawyers (pl)
A description of legally trained specialists who are experts about the law as it relates to online communications: Cyberlawyers are specialists of the laws that apply to electronic data, or those who study their implications for the law.

Mr. Anderson, the cyberlawyer, applies scientifically proven methods to gather, to process, to interpret, and to use digital evidence that provides conclusive descriptions of cybercrime activities.

cybernate (verb), cybernates; cybernated; cybernating
To control a manufacturing process with a servo-mechanism or with a computer: Increasingly more factories are cybernating their products.
cybernation (s) (noun), cybernations (pl)
The process of controlling manufacturing equipment with advanced technology; usually, involving electronic hardware: Cybernations are being used in the automatic determinations of industrial processes with the use of computers so that the supervised systems respond to proper operating conditions or desired results and that they also adjust the procedures when they are needed in order to be more efficient.
cybernaut (s) (noun), cybernauts (pl)
Someone or those who surf, or navigate, the internet like sailors who navigate the oceans: Cybernauts use computers to achieve their working objectives, entertainment, communication, and various personal projects.
cybernetic (adjective), more cybernetic, most cybernetic
1. A reference to the process or study of the governing and controlling automatic processes and communication: Hank's son is studying cybernetic technology at the university.
2. A system called the "Freehand system": Such a cybernetic system involves the combination of electronic prosthesis, neural stimulation, and a conventional transplantation to restore the use of a paralyzed arm or leg.

cybernetical (adjective), more cybernetical, most cybernetical
A descriptive term for human control functions and of mechanical and electronic systems designed to replace them: The cybernetical research at the university included the applications of statistical mechanics to communication engineering.
cybernetician, cyberneticist (s) (noun), cyberneticians, cyberneticists (pl)
A specialist in the duplication or imitation of biological control methods that use technology which is similar to the human nervous system and electronic machines: Donald is one of many cyberneticians who are experts in the science of communications and automatic control elements in both machines and living things.