Cyber Domain Conflict in the 21st Century

Cilluffo, Frank J.; Cardash, Sharon L.
January 2013
Journal of Diplomacy & International Relations;Winter/Spring2013, Vol. 14 Issue 1, p41
Academic Journal
The article discusses international political conflict in cyberspace, with a particular focus on policy issues related to cyberspace. The authors stress the speed with which events occur in cyberspace and the importance of security at the public, private, and individual levels. According to the author, digital technologies have empowered nonstate actors who were previously unable to play a major role in national and international security issues. Details on the relationship between cyber warfare and physical warfare are presented. Other topics include espionage, the Internet, and transparency.


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