Tag Archives: Cyberwarfare

Cyberattacks: a matter of war or disruption?

Cyberattacks: a matter of war or disruption?

Cyberattacks are a threat to national security. However, describing them as war is highly problematic. Critics of this stance often argue that armed conflict has been becoming virtual. They say that violence in post-modern conflicts has decreased, replaced by other forms of violence such as cyberattacks. However, war is a distinct activity with a particular nature. It is organized violence carried out by political units. Most cyberattacks are a type of non-military activity that falls under the broad banner of “strategy” or “grand strategy.” In other words, when sponsored by states, they may serve military activity as much as diplomacy does. Cyberspace is the fifth domain of conflict, entirely constructed […]

Cyberwarfare and national economies

Cyberwarfare and national economies

In the dark woods of cyber threats, cyberwarfare is not just as standard threat. It is much more serious than that. It is no secret that big and key strategic businesses are the targets of very sophisticated cyber threats. Many of them are, not surprisingly, state-sponsored. Indeed, such businesses lie at the crosshairs of governments, national intelligence agencies, and even terroristic groups. In this piece, we aim to investigate what are effects of cyberwarfare on national economies and how nations could protect themselves. Cyberwarfare: what is it? First, let’s define what cyberwarfare is. Cyberwarfare refers to those activities carried out by a nation-state or international organizations meant to damage the […]

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