The Characterization and Measurement of Cyber Warfare, Spring 2008 - Project 08-01

@inproceedings{Dobitz2008TheCA,
  title={The Characterization and Measurement of Cyber Warfare, Spring 2008 - Project 08-01},
  author={Kyle Dobitz and Brad Haas and Michael Holtje and Amanda Jokerst and Geoff Ochsner and Stephanie Silva and Kevin Johnson and John G. Hudson},
  year={2008}
}
Abstract : Hostile exercises across computer networks are today increasingly common, and the proliferation of such activity is a national security concern. The characterization of cyberspace activity is the subject of much debate; the unique nature of the cyber arena calls into question traditional state boundaries and operational codes of conduct. Actors in cyberspace can exhibit influence from anywhere in the world, thus many hostile acts are difficult to trace. Additionally, targets in… CONTINUE READING

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