Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Cyberwar? What cyberwar?

The White House recently released its International Strategy for Cyberspace, which addresses actions the US can take in response to cyber threats. The Department of Defense then released a cyber strategy that the Joint Chiefs say does't go far enough in outlining an offensive response. Meanwhile, the U.S. Cyber-Security Coordinator, Howard Schmidt, said there is no cyberwar. Jim Tiller has some interesting things to say about this. There seems to be plenty of evidence for cyberwar--Georgia, Stuxnet, reputed Chinese attacks on 72 organziations--if it exists.

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