Information warfare

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  • Cyber- Terrorism and Information Warfare

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    Finally, several preventative actions will be recommended for implementation. Finally, a basic checklist/template is also provided in order to better illustrate and summarize recommendations and suggestions. What is Cyber-Terrorism and Information Warfare? In order to provide a better conceptual understanding of the concept of cyber terrorism, consider the following definition by Czosseck and Geers (2009) as

  • Technology And Information Warfare During World War II

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    Warfare Will Be Determined By Electronic Means In A Few Decades, Either On The Ground Or In Cyber Space. Since the end of World War II, the instruments of war have been completely upgraded during the war; from motorization to mechanization. The powerful attack capability of mechanized troops was fully demonstrated during World War II. Thus, the degree of mechanization in the army became an important indicator to measure a country 's defense capabilities. This standard has become a popular standard

  • Taking a Look at Information Warfare

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    INTRODUCTION Over the last decades, information warfare has become a societal issue. Research shows that information warfare does not exclude to military, and have penetrated into commercial word. This issue, is a threat for organization and their assets. (Knapp,Boulton, 2006) Information is a valuable asset for businesses and organizations. Advances in information technology facilities the storing, transferring, and modifying of data. Organizations use information technologies such as the Internet

  • Information Warfare: Marine Corps Research

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    The research topic of Information Warfare is of interest to me because as a Marine we have always been taught to use our mind, think critically and to be open to change. If the Marine Corps is to remain relevant and continue to be one of the most lethal fighting forces in the world, we must be able to adapt to emerging threats and be prepared at all times. Although my focus is applying my research topic of Information Warfare to the Marine Corps, I think it is relevant and essential to all the

  • Information Warfare and Cyber Terrorism: Case Studies

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    Topic Running Head: Information Warfare and Cyber Terrorism Information Warfare & Cyber terrorism Russian denial-of-service attack on the country of Estonia in 2007  VICTIM A cyber attack was made on Estonia in 2007, on 26 April 2007 at sharp 10'o clock; government of Estonia was made the target for a preplanned cyber attack by some secret foe (Stacy Prowell, 2010). AGRESSOR The exile of the Russian statue that was a means of giving tribute to the Soviet Soldiers for their efforts in World

  • The Art Of War, By Sun Tzu And The Paper `` The Challenge Of Information Warfare ``

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    complicated subject. A few decades ago, warfare was generally thought of only in terms of physical fighting; however, today’s technological society has introduced a new arena of defense and attacks. The book “The Art of War” by Sun Tzu and the paper “The Challenge of Information Warfare” by Major General Wang Pufeng are both great readings about how countries must act to be successful in war. Both authors agree on two major aspects of wartime strategy: information and the use of people. Despite the similarities

  • The Definition of Cyber Attack

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    The most important thing that needs to be done before taking the debate on the status of cyber attacks under international laws of war any forward is to specifically define a “cyber attack”. Scholars generally use the terms such as “information warfare”, “cyber warfare”, “cyber threats”, “computer network attacks”, etc as alternatives for “cyber attacks” without a reference to any particular definition or limitation of scope. Perhaps this is done on a supposition that a standard definition of this

  • English Chinese Russian And Russian Interpretations

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    interpretations of a few terms utilized in information security. As can be seen from the analysis of the following terms, the concepts and conventions behind each varies widely in each language. This has the potential to provide policymakers with misleading information. English Chinese Russian Information Space 信息空间 xìnxī kōngjiān Информационное пространство Informatsionnoye prostranstvo Cyberspace 網絡空間 wǎngluò kōngjiān Киберпространство Kiberprostranstvo Information Warfare 信息战争 xìnxī zhànzhēng Информационная

  • Questions On Confidentiality And Disclosure

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    contact with our passengers in the wealth of information and related activities. Unless it has been disclosed or information will be treated confidentially. This information can be used in our operations, and not for other purposes, unless otherwise authorized, we will not allow anyone who is not authorized to disclose any trade secret or confidential. customers and business processes confidential financial information. We use or attempt to use such information may not cause harm or direct or indirect

  • Video Games And The Field Of Communication

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    this podcast talks about how communication has expanded through technological advancement, which I think is a key point. Mr. McGloin elaborates on this by explaining how far along health communication has come. First off, individuals had limited information regarding any aspect of their health, such as