There are those who see social media as a threat to their security. Not just individuals, not just companies, but also governments. Why is this? And how much of a soft underbelly do social networks present?
The defense ministry is planning to establish a single military entity to bring centralize computer and online security protocols currently distributed among forces, the German newspaper Sueddeutsche Zeitung reported Sunday, citing military sources.
"I would say it's pretty brazen really. We are being hit by the Russians more or less every day," says one Nato military cyber defence specialist.... "We could turn the lights off anywhere we wanted to," says a senior British official with close...
If the United States were involved in a major cyberwar, just how badly would it be hit? Could the U.S. survive? Could modern civilization survive? In this thought experiment, David Gewirtz explores such a scenario in-depth.
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