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An In-Depth Look At The U.S. Cyber War, The Military Alliance And Its Pitfalls

In the book @War, Shane Harris reports that U.S. intelligence agencies, sometimes aided by corporations, are trying to dominate cyberspace.

Soldiers, Spies, Cyberwarriors: '@War' In The Internet Age

"It was a really instructive and, I think, very scary war gaming exercise for people in the military," writer Shane Harris tells NPR's Arun

The Future of war: Cyber is expanding the Clausewitzian spectrum of conflict

The Pentagon's principal cyber advisor, Assistant Secretary of Defense Eric Rosenbach, said about cyber operations last month, "The place wh

'@War' details the unsettling implications of cyber warfare and espionage

A new book by Shane Harris chronicles the startling rise and unsettling implications of cyber warfare and espionage. @War: The Rise of the M

"Cybersecurity" and Why Definitions Are Risky

On November 7, the Swiss Chairmanship of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) held a conference in Vienna on con

Are today's leaders prepared for cyberwarfare?

Peter W Singer, a strategist and senior fellow at the New America Foundation, is lecturing on cyber security and cyber war at Sydney Univers

Morning Cybersecurity

Scholar and strategist Peter Singer: “That somehow all your cyber fears can be solved by handing over the problem to a ‘man on cyber horseba

The Hidden Costs of Cyber Espionage

Intelligence agencies around the world are racing to increase their information-gathering and monitoring capabilities, ostensibly in an effo

Cyberwar hits Ukraine

Ukrainian security officials are complaining that unknown attackers are interfering with the mobile phone services of members of Ukraine's p