A new paper explains why disinformation campaigns that act as a stabilizing influence in Russia are destabilizing in the United States.
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The U.S. should rethink its doctrinal approach to cyber conflict.
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An American Perspective on a Chinese Perspective on the Defense Department’s Cyber Strategy and ‘Defending Forward’
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A Chinese Perspective on the Pentagon’s Cyber Strategy: From ‘Active Cyber Defense’ to ‘Defending Forward’
The aggressive posture of the 2018 Department of Defense Cyber Strategy risks increasing insecurity and instability in the cyber realm.
Russia is using highly effective methods to conduct cyberattacks, but even the GRU is not immune from mistakes.
In responding to a series of inquiries from the opposition party, the German government has clarified its position on international law in cyberspace—but questions remain.
The 2018 DOD Cyber Strategy: Understanding 'Defense Forward' in Light of the NDAA and PPD-20 Changes
The Pentagon’s 2018 Cyber Strategy document is drawing attention because of its reference to “defense forward.” What does that mean? Let’s have a close look, in context with the recently-enacted NDAA and recent changes to PPD-20.
The military has a new doctrinal approach to cyber.