12/10/2011
Cyber-security Legislation Tracker

Congress is actively drafting legislation to address the mounting cybersecurity concerns of the federal government and private sector.

06/10/2011
Lawyers, Law and Cyber-war

Lawyers across the U.S. government have raised so many show-stopping legal questions about cyberwar that they´ve left the military unable to fight or even plan for a war in cyberspace. But the only thing they´re likely to accomplish is to make Americans less safe, according to an article of Stewart Baker on Foreign Policy.

03/10/2011
The Once and Future War

A very interesting interview with Major General Jonathan Shaw, CBE, about innovations of war on and off the battlefield.

29/09/2011
The Pentagon´s Cyberstrategy, One Year Later

In "Defending a New Domain" (Foreign Affairs - September/October 2010), U.S. Deputy Secretary of Defense, William J. Lynn III, announced that the Pentagon had officially recognized cyberspace as an operational domain and went on to describe the military´s cyberstrategy.

26/09/2011
Israel and Cyber Warfare (book review)

After an introduction on the state of ther art about Israel and cyber-warfare, the Author, Dr. Mahmoud Muhareb of the Arab Center for Research and Policy Studies, makes an interesting review of the book entitled "Cyber Warfare: Concepts, Trends, and Implications for Israel", published in June 2011 by the Institute for National Security Studies at the University of Tel Aviv.


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