Cyber Warfare

Earlier this summer, Alex Gibney released Zero Days, a documentary about cyberwar. The prolific filmmaker who brought you Going Clear (on Scientology), The Smartest Guys in the Room (the downfall of Enron), Steve Jobs (well, Steve Jobs), turned his attention to the electronic spy versus spy battles that countries are secretly waging against one another. […]

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The DNC hack is a fresh reminder that the United States needs a more robust and open debate about cyber-conflict than it has had to date. Most of the public discussion has been about defensive measures, such as how to protect networks of the government and the private sector from attack. Offensive cyber-capabilities have been […]

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On Aug. 4, Las Vegas hosted the final round of DARPA’s cybersecurity capture the flag competition, dubbed the Cyber Grand Challenge. With nearly $4 million in prizes on the line, teams competed in real time to find, diagnose, fix, and exploit software flaws in a setting reminiscent of a scene from The Matrix. But the […]

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Credit: lolloj Imagine you woke up to discover a massive cyber attack on your country. All government data has been destroyed, taking out healthcare records, birth certificates, social care records and so much more. The transport system isn’t working, traffic lights are blank, immigration is in chaos and all tax records have disappeared. The internet […]

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This article was originally published on The Conversation. Read the original article. Imagine you woke up to discover a massive cyber attack on your country. All government data has been destroyed, taking out health care records, birth certificates, social care records and so much more. The transport system isn’t working, traffic lights are blank, immigration […]

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August 08, 2016 Kenneth Geers, senior research scientist at Comodo, speaking at Black Hat. NATO’s recent Warsaw Summit proclamation that cyberspace is an official domain of warfare, along with Russia’s reported cyber aggressions against the U.S. and Ukraine, raises interesting logical and ethical questions about how one can responsibly plan and manage cyber-warfare. Kenneth Geers, […]

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Imagine you woke up to discover a massive cyber attack on your country. All government data has been destroyed, taking out healthcare records, birth certificates, social care records and so much more. The transport system isn’t working, traffic lights are blank, immigration is in chaos and all tax records have disappeared. The internet has been […]

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