The Obama administration has launched the first cyberwar against the Islamic State, a war that, coupled with real, not virtual, fighting, is producing one of the most encouraging on-the-ground success. The Obama administration has launched the first cyberwar against the Islamic State, a war that, coupled with real, not virtual,
Some say the job of running both organizations is too big for one leader. The Pentagon and intelligence community are expected to recommend soon to President Obama that he break up the joint leadership of the National Security Agency and U.S. Cyber Command to create two distinct forces for electronic
The North Atlantic Treaty Organization could begin using its cyber capabilities to try and deter attacks against allies. There is no equivalent yet for mutually assured destruction in cyberspace. But Western strategists are wondering if mutually assured disruption in cyber space might be enough to deter a real-world attack. Alexander
Despite evidence of Russian hacking into the U.S. election system, President Obama said Monday that he doesn’t want to escalate into a “wild, wild West” cyberwar with Moscow. Emerging from a 90-minute meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin in China, Mr. Obama acknowledged that the Russians have been attacking U.S.
Clinton said the US should ‘lead the world in setting the rules in cyberspace’. Hillary Clinton, the Democratic Party presidential nominee and former US secretary of state, has said that if she becomes president cyberattacks against US interests will be treated “like any other attack” – and that includes military