By J. Richards
Cyber-War presents a severe overview of present debates round the chance and influence of cyber conflict. impending the topic from a socio-political perspective, it argues that damaging cyber battle has now not but been obvious, yet can be a function of destiny clash.
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At the same time, we are not at that stage of development just yet and may not be for some time to come. 0005 Has Cyber War Happened? Notes Of course, I am not suggesting that a failure to ratify the Vienna Convention means that states ignore all aspects of international law, and, indeed, will often appeal to its provisions in negotiations within the UN. N. Schmitt (1999) Computer Network Attack and the Use of Force in International Law: Thoughts on a Normative Framework (Wright-Patterson AFB, OH: US Air Force, Institute for Information Technology), p.
We can derive from this discussion a number of points. 0004 Cyber and the Changing Nature of Conflict new and revolutionary element of conflict, if we can define what it is. An initial analysis of cyber war seems to suggest that it is actually a number of different activities working in concert with one another. Some of these have long histories and doctrines, and it is the case that information technology is merely offering new ways of doing old things in the military realm. At the same time, there is no doubt that the rise of network centricity in modern militaries, accelerating through the end of the twentieth century, is effecting a big change in conflict in ways that could reasonably be described as revolutionary.
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Cyber-War: The Anatomy of the global Security Threat by J. Richards