Cyberwar: Pentagon Takes On Cyber Enemies, Other Agencies

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Latest updates: DARPA’s programs. Taking on the Cyber Enemy(click to view full) In response to the growing threats to US military and civilian networks, the Pentagon has unveiling its first formal cyber strategy. This follows a series of events over the last few years that have escalated cyber attacks against networks and infrastructure to warlike events. For example, an unidentified foreign national penetrated the internal networks of the Department of Defense (DoD) with an infected thumbdrive in 2008. In 2009, a virus known as Stuxnet, suspected of being the product of Israeli-US government collaboration, shutdown an Iranian nuclear power plant. And in 2011, defense contractor Lockheed Martin suffered a major cyber attack that was suspected of being carried out by the Chinese government. While the Pentagon has struggled to combat these threats, it has also had to fight some within its own ranks, as well as other agencies, for authority in cyberspace. This article focuses on the growing cyber threat to US military and civilian infrastructure and the efforts being made by the Pentagon to deal with these threats. * Stuxnet and Beyond * The China Connection * The Best Defense is Offense * Attribution: The Devil’s in the Details […]

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