... that all of the mentioned types of information can be manipulated and adapted as needed for cyber operations.
Cybersecurity and NATO’s Nuclear Capability
The final layer consists of the users who shape the cyberspace experience and its ... ... crisis," China (as well as others) is promoting an intelligent and data-driven campaign against its global adversaries.
Cyber Warfare: A Tool of International Security
, states longed to preserve their sovereignty. States, especially ...
How DPRK Created World's Most Effective Cyber Forces
In 2016, when a spelling error stopped North Korean hackers from stealing USD 1 billion from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, Internet users made fun of the programmers. However, experts involved in the investigation of cybercrimes are not laughing: as of today, Pyongyang has one of the most effective and dangerous hacker armies in the world, comparable in number to the cyber forces of the United States.
In recent months, the discussions...
... punish Russia for the attack, we asked Andrey Kortunov, Director General at the Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC) what Britain's options really are, and how Russia might respond.
How do We Get Out of the Chelyabinsk Disco?
: The Prime Minister said on Monday that what happened was either a “direct act by the Russian state” or Russian had lost control of the “potentially catastrophically damaging nerve agent and allowed it to get into ...
... realized, challenges to international security.
Today world's leading states view the challenges and security threats related to cybersecurity as one of the most dangerous and unpredictable. Actually, the main danger is unpredictability. Of course, numerous ... ... the other hand, there is much less clarity with the objectives of potential attacks, with the possible tactics and strategy of cyber warfare, and with possible consequences of the latter. Modern civilization is a very complex and very fragile organism, ...
... representatives of major banks, telecommunication, trade, industrial and high-tech companies, as well as representatives of law enforcement agencies.
RIAC and EastWest Institute made a presentation of a joint article «
Suggestions on Russia-U.S. Cooperation in Cybersecurity
The cross-cutting theme of the conference was the need for society and the state to counter the growing threats from cybercriminals in the face of increasing available arsenal of cyber weapons, the growing number of cyber attacks carried ...
... definitions for cyber warfare, attack in cyberspace, combatants, and how to ensure the observance of civilians’ rights.
Thirdly, cyber warfare is a specialized software, and this fact defines the potential for its development, distribution, and use. The attacks ... ... servers, no substantial evidence having been produced.
RIAC and EWI Policy Brief “Suggestions on Russia-U.S. Cooperation in Cybersecurity”
The U.S. Cyber Weapons – History and Modernity
The funding for activity in cyberspace proves that this area ...
... the enemy and its battle strategy, to identify targets and strike. Most illustrative are the Arab-Israel wars, when the Israelis had better intelligence and destroyed enemy aviation through preventive strikes. In modern strategy, the key seems to be cyber warfare, whose scale is already on par with conventional fighting.
The third point concerns the increase in combat capabilities that have dramatically increased the depth of operations and battle efforts of various formations at the strategic, operational ...