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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


'@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


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


"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