Cyber peacekeeping: A cyberwar issue businesses need to consider now

Military strategists, academics, politicians, and government officials have debated the inevitability, ethics, and even the “how it will happen” of cyberwarfare for years. What, curiously, is not being discussed is what takes place when cyber hostilities stop or, more to the point, how “cyber-normal” is restored and maintained after a cyberwar. Both points are of interest with the world’s ever-increasing reliance on digital computing and the internet to augment or enable critical services.

Dr. Michael Robinson, Dr. Kevin Jones, and Dr. Helge Janicke in their research paper An Introduction to Cyber Peacekeeping (PDF) offer an especially poignant reason why looking at potential cyberwar aftermaths might be

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