Cyberwar 3.0: Human Factors in Information Operations and Future Conflict

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Cyberwar 3.0: Human Factors in Information Operations and Future Conflict

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Main Argument: The nature of war has changed significantly. One does not need to wear a uniform and stand on the front lines anymore. In this Information Age, conflict arises from ideas, identity, values and fears. The authors argue that there has been no dentition of this new Information Age in regards to security and offer their own perspective.

Style: Academic

Sourcing: Scholarly articles

Structure: 4 themed parts, epilogue, index

Context in discussion: Similar to their other book, Cyberwar 2.0: Myths, Mysteries & Reality, Campen and Dearth focus on how war and conflict are affected by the need for information. They take a different approach at viewing cyberwar. Rather than focusing on potential damaged critical infrastructure, intellectual property seems to be a big concern for the authors.

Context in website: To gain a broader understanding of alternate views on how people think about the affect of technologies on national conflict, the Alternative Viewpoints Collection provides a diverse set of opinions. 

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Campen, Alan D.

Credentials:

U.S. Navy 1943 - 1945 RM2C
Amphib forces, Marianas Campaign U.S. Air Force 1950 - 1975 Commander
Defense Communications Agency
Europe and Chief of Staff Air Force Communications Service Director, Command and Control Policy
Office of Undersecretary of Defense, Policy, 1982-1985
Vice President C3I Programs
BDM Corporation1985-1987
Adjunct faculty, School of Information Warfare and Strategy
National Defense University (1993-2002)
Guest lecturer, Defense Intelligence Agency Joint Military Intelligence Training Center (1995-2002)
Guest lecturer, National Security Agency Cryptologic School 
Contributing Editor, AFCEA Signal Magazine. (1966-present)

Dearth, Douglas H.

Credentials:

Course Director, Joint Military Training Center Defense Intelligence Agency (1998; 2002)
Senior Adjunct Faculty UK Defence Intelligence and Security Centre, Chicksands (2003)
Advisor, Lincoln Group Lifetime Member, Alumni Association, U.S. Army War College

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Campen, Alan D. Credentials: U.S. Navy 1943 - 1945 RM2CAmphib forces, Marianas Campaign U.S. Air Force 1950 - 1975 CommanderDefense Communications AgencyEurope and Chief of Staff Air Force Communications Service Director, Command and Control PolicyOffice of Undersecretary of Defense, Policy, 1982-1985 Vice President C3I ProgramsBDM Corporation1985-1987 Adjunct faculty, School of Information Warfare and StrategyNational Defense University (1993-2002) Guest lecturer, Defense Intelligence Agency Joint Military Intelligence Training Center (1995-2002) Guest lecturer, National Security Agency Cryptologic SchoolContributing Editor, AFCEA Signal Magazine. (1966-present) , "Cyberwar 3.0: Human Factors in Information Operations and Future Conflict," in Cyberwar Resources Guide, Item #37, https://www.projectcyw-d.org/resources/items/show/37 (accessed October 23, 2021).