Cyber Warfare

If an enemy wrecks, say, eight of your battleships and kills more than 2,400 of your troops in hours of coordinated attacks, you’d probably take that as an act of war. Franklin Roosevelt certainly did when Japanese imperial forces rained down destruction on the Navy’s Pacific Fleet. Pearl Harbor was marked by many qualities — bravery, […]

Even with hundreds of meetings, speeches, and conferences on the subject, there’s still no clear definition of cyberwar. Increasingly, that ambiguity is leading to confusion about how to respond to digital assaults on governments, companies, and individuals. That’s why a bill from Sen. Mike Rounds (R) of South Dakota that seeks to clearly define what constitutes cyberwar […]

If an enemy wrecks, say, eight of your battleships and kills more than 2,400 of your troops in hours of coordinated attacks, you’d probably take that as an act of war. Franklin Roosevelt certainly did when Japanese imperial forces rained down destruction on the Navy’s Pacific Fleet. Pearl Harbor was marked by many qualities — bravery, […]

If an enemy wrecks, say, eight of your battleships and kills more than 2,400 of your troops in hours of coordinated attacks, you’d probably take that as an act of war. Franklin Roosevelt certainly did when Japanese imperial forces rained down destruction on the Navy’s Pacific Fleet. Pearl Harbor was marked by many qualities — bravery, […]

If an enemy wrecks, say, eight of your battleships and kills more than 2,400 of your troops in hours of coordinated attacks, you’d probably take that as an act of war. Franklin Roosevelt certainly did when Japanese imperial forces rained down destruction on the Navy’s Pacific Fleet. Pearl Harbor was marked by many qualities — bravery, […]

By Tamara Jones The United States is ready on paper to engage in cyber warfare if needed, but lacks “the speed and agility” to successfully defend itself against its enemies in the Information Age, according to one of the country’s top military experts in the field. Speaking at a forum the GW Center for Cyber […]

By Tamara Jones The United States is ready on paper to engage in cyber warfare if needed, but lacks “the speed and agility” to successfully defend itself against its enemies in the Information Age, according to one of the country’s top military experts in the field. Speaking at a forum the GW Center for Cyber […]

By Tamara Jones The United States is ready on paper to engage in cyber warfare if needed, but lacks “the speed and agility” to successfully defend itself against its enemies in the Information Age, according to one of the country’s top military experts in the field. Speaking at a forum the GW Center for Cyber […]

By Tamara Jones The United States is ready on paper to engage in cyber warfare if needed, but lacks “the speed and agility” to successfully defend itself against its enemies in the Information Age, according to one of the country’s top military experts in the field. Speaking at a forum the GW Center for Cyber […]

Even with hundreds of meetings, speeches, and conferences on the subject, there’s still no clear definition of cyberwar. Increasingly, that ambiguity is leading to confusion about how to respond to digital assaults on governments, companies, and individuals. That’s why a bill from Sen. Mike Rounds (R) of South Dakota that seeks to clearly define what constitutes cyberwar […]