Cyberspace, Cyberwarfare, Security, Computer security, Policy, Information security

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Cyber Warfare: Competing National Perspectives

The threat of cyberwarfare is a growing fear among all intelligence communities. “In June 2009 the U.S. Cyber Command was created and in July of 2011 Deputy Secretary of Defense William J. ...

On Mar 11, 2019
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Cyber Warfare: Competing National Perspectives https://t.co/Rwly2MzTns
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Cyber Warfare: Competing National Perspectives

The threat of cyberwarfare is a growing fear among all intelligence communities. “In June 2009 the U.S. Cyber Command was created and in July of 2011 Deputy Secretary of Defense William J. ...

Paying Off 'Petya-Variant' Ransomware Won't Unlock Your Files

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Stick with Security: Apply sound security practices when developing new products

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13813_SIPA [SotF] Cybersecurity Paper Series-PPG [history] V2.indd

_________________________________________ 2017 Cyber Conflict State of the Field Series: Economic Dimensions of Cyber Conflict | 1 Cyber Conflict History authors: Max Smeets and Jason ...

Cyberwarfare: the danger and potential answers

Following comments by, Nick Carter, Information Age quizzed experts on the threat of cyberwarfare and what we can do about it:

The US Must Catch Up to Other Prominent Powers in Cyber-warfare Defense

Conversely, a cyberwar – or cyberwarfare – usually encompasses a strategy that drives long-term offensive and defensive operations and is likely waged by a nation-state backer. On the first ...

The “Davos for Cybersecurity” Featuring F500 CISOs Premieres On May 1-2 In Baltimore, Maryland

Industry’s cognoscenti will convene for thought leadership on cyberwarfare and cybersecurity

Hacker Militias or Cyber Command? The U.S. and Russian Institutionalization of Cyber Warfare

Russia’s reliance on proxy “hackers-for-hire” to accomplish strategic objectives have led some to question why Russia has yet to institutionalize its cyber workforce into its military. ...

Germany Develops Offensive Cyber Capabilities Without A Coherent Strategy of What to Do With Them

Germany has traditionally prioritized defense over offense in cyberspace. That's now beginning to change.