The military has a new doctrinal approach to cyber.
Great-power strategic competition, defend forward, and prepare for war: These are the three central tenets of the newly released summary of the 2018
This pretty much covers any thing, any time, any where. Might as well put a 7th SFG insignia on it.
The Department of Defense has released a summary of its 2018 Cyber Strategy Report. The document is below:
Recently, one of us spent a week in China discussing the future of war with a group of American and Chinese academics. Everyone speculated about the role
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In January 2018, as the German government was trying to cobble together a coalition, and the U.S. government found itself in a shut down, ten Americans and ten Germans committed …
In an era of persistent cyber conflict, how can the United States respond to cyber-attacks in a manner that ensures sufficient civilian oversight to
Decision Responsibility, Legal Secrecy, and Congress’s Options.
Good article. Majority of the issues come down to defining and resolving questions of threshold. i.e Under what circumstances and who is responsible for prevention and responding to attacks on a private entity: private entity or the government?
Despite high-profile attacks and threats that have expanded beyond traditional opponents, the United States keep trying to fit cyber tools into old security paradigms.