This publication provides US joint doctrine for the planning, preparation, execution, and assessment of joint cyberspace operations across the range of military operations.
This monograph examines the question of what constitutes an act of war, or aggression, in the cyberspace domain. The author also provides a set of recommendations to US policymakers to help them better understand and mitigate the fog and friction surrounding the distinction of acts of war in cyberspace.
Hackers associated with the Chinese government successfully penetrated the computer systems of U.S. Transportation Command contractors at least 20 times in a single year, intrusions that show vulnerabilities in the military’s system to deploy troops and equipment in a crisis, a U.S. Senate Armed Services Committee investigation has found.
Since February 2013, industrial stakeholders (final users, vendors, integrators, professional organizations, etc.) and French governmental entities have been working together as part of a working group, lead by ANSSI, which aims at elaborating concrete and practical proposals to improve the cybersecurity of critical infrastructures.