Cyberwar 2.0: Myths, Mysteries & Reality

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Cyberwar 2.0: Myths, Mysteries & Reality

Description

Main Argument: This collection of articles revolves around the theme of a new realm of information. As this is the “information age,” reasons for engaging in war will change. This book argues that the war may be non-violent. Meaning, war will not engage in violence to seek land, but will engage in non-violent means in search for knowledge. New technologies (e.g. the Internet) undoubtedly will affect the nature of war; its reasoning, goals and actions.

Style: Academic

Sourcing: Scholarly articles

Structure: 5 themed sections, each with 4-7 articles

Context in discussion: Government, military and security officials see theft of information as a cyber threat, but are more concerned about future damage of critical infrastructure. However, if another country gains access to military operations, the United States may have difficulty engaging in a successful offense/defense plan. This book focuses solely on how information itself may change the nature of war.

Context in website: This book presents a different view of cyber attacks. In order to read or hear from others thinking about cyber attacks and security in unique ways, Jeff Moss' speech provides a hacking perspective and tells that hackers thirst for knowledge. Together, these two documents offer a strong argument for the influence information has on the world.

Creator

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 2.0: Myths, Mysteries & Reality," in Cyberwar Resources Guide, Item #40, https://www.projectcyw-d.org/resources/items/show/40 (accessed October 23, 2021).