It’s been reported that hackers have been able to target government systems across Europe via a floor in Adobe software. Whilst nothing was compromised details of the attacks have been circulated across NATO member states. Why? Because the attacks – dubbed ‘Miniduke’ – were so sophisticated that it’s likely a nation state was behind them. China is […]
What is really different about the Internet if anything? Or is it just the arrogance of youth believing that increasing volume, speed and complexity change everything and they should throw away the past in favour of the latest untried technobabble. If so, they may well face the equivalent of a re-run of the Battle of Chancellorsville as they turn victory into defeat and of not the first Battle of the Falkland Islands.
Cyber war is not a conventional war. Nations are yet to enter into an international treaty to help reduce the threat. Rules are required to monitor the potential damage which a cyber war can cause. RULES OF THE GAME IN CYBERWAR from Talwant Singh