Has the Stuxnet worm ushered in a new era of cyberwar, or is it simply the latest iteration of familiar strategic instruments? Has the Internet irrevocably shifted the balance between individuals and states, or will governments adapt to regain the upper hand? Does the real threat to cybersystems lie within cyberspace, or in the real world? Cyberwar has become a permanent feature of the strategic landscape, but we might hardly know it.
- Cyberwar and Cyber-attack: How is our strongest network at risk of becoming our weakest link? (tobem.com)
- Surviving Cyberwar (tobem.com)
- Cyberwar 3.0: Human Factors in Information Operations and Future Conflict (tobem.com)
- Hacktivism and Cyberwars: Rebels with a Cause? (tobem.com)
- Terror on the Internet: The New Arena, the New Challenges (tobem.com)