cyberwar


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  • noun

Synonyms for cyberwar

an assault on electronic communication networks

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Signed copies of There Will Be Cyberwar: How The Move To Network-Centric War Fighting Has Set The Stage For Cyberwar will be distributed at no cost.
There are four major categories of cyberthreats to national security, each with a different time horizon and (in principle) different solutions: cyberwar and economic espionage, which are largely associated with states, and cybercrime and cyberterrorism, which are mostly associated with nonstate actors.
14) "Pentagon Strips Collateral Damage Safeguards from Cyberwar Weapons," RT.
is on the rise and will cause mass disruption, cyberwar is coming and will
Shaikh Mohammed bin Abdulla Al Khalifa, Bahrain Defence Force (BDF), in collaboration with the International Institute for Strategic Studies, today organized a seminar on cyberwar.
See Hollis, supra note 25, at 378 ("[A]nonymity makes it difficult--if not impossible--for rules on either cybercrime or cyberwar to regulate or deter.
SEA's cyberwar campaign has hit high-profile targets such as Sky News, (http://www.
Summary: Taipei: Taiwan is preparing to launch a fourth cyberwar unit, a local newspaper reported Wednesday, .
The Chinese Information War: Espionage, Cyberwar, Communications Control, and Related Threats to United States Interests" analyzes the potential of a cyberwar between the United States and China, discussing the potential concerns over this conflict and how America must come to mor completely understand its place in defending its interests in cyberspace.
has invaded or threatened recently; the list is pretty long - could "use cyberwar to wage war against the U.
She brushed off allegations that the United States was engaged in a cyberwar with China.
They cover relevant technical basics, sociological/criminological theories, international legal instruments and Internet regulations for dealing with cybercrime including hacking, e-fraud, child pornography, cyberbullying, unauthorized file sharing, and cyberwar.
Lawyers across the government have raised so many show-stopping legal questions about cyberwar that they've left our military unable to fight, or even plan for, a war in cyberspace.
The issue opens with an article by David Opderbeck, professor of law at Seton Hall University, discussing cybersecurity reform and the executive power to shut down all or part of the Internet in the event of a cyber-emergency or cyberwar.