cyberwarfare

From Megatons to Megapings: Cyberwarfare

A bit of news this week dealt with Cyberwarfare. Far from becoming part of the tinfoil hat crowd, cyberwarfare has been growing in real world relevance in the past eighteen months and is the primary impetus for pending legislation. While in the Cold War, detente could be measured in the megatonnage of nuclear weapons, the

Operation Cyber ShockWave

While serving in the Marine Corps, one activity that I felt was effective in preparing both myself and my unit to be able to handle real-world scenarios, was getting as much experience as possible from military training exercises. In most cases multiple branches worked together or, as in the case with NATO exercises, multiple countries

Cyberhype

Cyberwar, cyberterrorism, cybersigh…(gosh, that's almost a palindrome…) However, if you get past the cyberbuzzwords, there are some interesting articles around at the moment. On the Infosecurity Magazine, there's an article called "Cyberterrorism: A look into the future", contributed by the (ISC)2 US Government Advisory Board Executive Writers Bureau.  http://www.infosecurity-magazine.com/view/5217/cyberterrorism-a-look-into-the-future/. More thoughtful than you might expect from

Cyberwar Exposed

Today I read an article in the National Journal concerning cyberwarfare. You can read the article at http://www.nationaljournal.com/njmagazine/cs_20091114_3145.php. I think people have some misconceptions about “cyberwar”. There isn’t going to be a war, at least anytime soon which is fought with only computers. Computers are simply being used as a weapon in conjunction with traditional

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