Cyber Warfare Episode Plays Out in Court Case

Two-Year Legal Saga Of Chinese Cyber Hack Of U.S. Military Aircraft May Be Ending. On 28 June 2014, a Chinese businessman based in Canada was arrested on the charge of stealing information about a raft of U.S. military aircraft and weapon systems. This particular case of industrial espionage was described by the U.S. Justice Department…

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3 Cyberwarfare Issues NATO Should Address at the Warsaw Summit

This week, the 28 member states of the North Atlantic Treaty Oganization will meet in Warsaw, Poland, to discuss the future of the world’s largest military alliance. At the Warsaw Summit, NATO is expected to classify cyperspace as “Operational Territory,” making the online and digital property of member states equivalent to their geographic territory. In…

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Review: ‘Zero Days’ Examines Cyberwarfare’s Potential Online Apocalypse

This Alex Gibney documentary describes the origin of Stuxnet, malware devised by Israel and the United States with grave implications for the future. With every seemingly miraculous advance comes the potential for its catastrophic misuse. If you’re inclined toward paranoia, Alex Gibney’s sobering documentary “Zero Days,” about the spread of malware, exposes a whole arena…

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New Jersey Names First Director for State’s Lead Cybersecurity Collective

The New Jersey Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Cell (NJCCIC) announced new leadership on July 6 with the appointment of its first director. Mike Geraghty, a longtime cybersecurity professional, was appointed by the state’s Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness (NJOHSP) Director Chris Rodriguez. The public safety agency oversees the integrated cybersecurity group, which was created…

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