Cyber-Warfare: Stop Asking About the Revolution


By Daniel Moore

We have been expecting cyberwar for decades. Researchers and commentators alike have awaited a revolution in military affairs delivered by non-violent digital coercion. In their view, cyber-warfare was expected to shake the great balance of power, plunge countries into nation-wide outages, and turn our deepest dependencies against us in the fight between nations. It all sounded quite compelling. After all, we have embraced the ascent of the internet with a passion weaving networ…

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