Strategic Information Warfare reports on the findings of an
exercise-based analysis of the information warfare problem. The
RAND team was joined in this study effort by senior exercise
participants from the national security community and the
information system and telecommunications industries. Multiple
groups of participants went through a series of CyberWar exercises
based on a methodology known as "The Day After..". - which was
originally developed by RAND to explore a variety of emerging
nuclear proliferation threats and related counterproliferation
issues. Using this same methodology, the authors identify the
defining features of strategic information warfare, discuss the
implications for strategic defense, and recommend a set of
potential initiatives to minimize the likelihood of a cyberspace
warfare crisis. Strategic information warfare is a very new
concept. It is the emerging face of CyberWar - a phenomenon that
once was largely hypothetical.
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