8.4 – National Security

8.4 – National Security
Man has been at war with each other for centuries now. Initially, it began with killing people and then went to attacking countries with guns, bombs and other dangerous weapons. As technology develops, so do the ways of war, and now the latest one is cyber-war. Richard A. Clarke, a top U.S. cybersecurity professional, described Cyber-warfare as the acts by a nation-state to break other nation’s networks or computers with the intention of causing disruption or damage. He notes six domains of warfare: Information Warfare Network-centric warfare The Ecological Domain of Warfare The social domain The cognitive domain The physical domain…
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