Cyberwar video: Not what we were expecting

A presentation about Cyberwar given during the Brucon conference 2012.

Short video: A 'cyber pearl harbor' cyber attack

The U.S. government on Wednesday released the final version of standards meant to help companies in nationally critical industries better defend against cyberattacks, and officials now face the challenge of getting the private sector to adopt the voluntary measures.

Criticized for being too vague and toothless, the so-called cybersecurity framework turned a vast amount of industry input into guidelines designed for 16 different sectors whose disruption could be devastating to the country.

Must Watch: Lecture on Justice and Cyberwar

On Youtube we have found a lecture on Justice in Cyberwar that has been recorded.

Cyberwar: How the Internet Changes World Conflict

Cybersecurity and Cyberconflict is forcing the current security experts to take different paths i

Must watch video: Israel on the front lines of global cyber war

Like many nations around the world, Israel is constantly faced with cyber threats and attacks. And so it has developed special expertise in the field, exhibited at a conference in Tel Aviv, which have made it one of the world's best in cyber defense.

Must watch video: Cybersecurity and Cyberwar: What Everyone Needs to Know

Cybersecurity and CyberWar discusses the cybersecurity issues that challenge everyone: politician

Khamenei demands students to get ready for cyberwar

Expect a lot of cyber attacks that will be initiated by Iranian students that are trying out their skills. Last week a new account appeared on Twitter with the name '@Doctor_3v1l' which claims to be a Iranian hacker that is part of the Xploiter Team. In just a couple of days the hacker had hacked multiple websites. One amongst those was the Greenwolves official website. 

If This Is Cyberwar, Where Are All the Cyberweapons?

Like the atomic bomb in the waning days of World War II, the computer virus known as Stuxnet, dis

A Reflection on Sam Liles’ Cyber Warfare and Cyber Weapons posts

Nikolas Gvosdev: The Ethics of Cyberweapons

Earlier this week, I attended a roundtable convened by Amitai Etzioni to discuss his ideas for pursuing a strategy of mutually-assured restraint (MAR) between the United States and China. Inevitably in any discussion of Sino-American relations, the question of cyber activities came up and how we still are grappling with how to regulate the use of cyber tools in matters of war, peace and everything in between. In particular, how do we fit the cyber realm into an established system of ethics created to manage and mitigate the impacts of kinetic military action?