Is Russia increasingly relying on cyber warfare for foreign policy?
Cyber security is becoming an increasingly important component of national security doctrine as states pour vast amounts of money into developing capabilities to compete in the cyber battlefield.
Unlike in conventional warfare, the larger states are denied the automatic advantage their wealth invariably grants them, making Western nation’s cyber vulnerabilities a tempting target for and rogue hackers and state actors. Paul Rosenzweig, author of Cyber Warfare: How Conflicts in Cyberspac...
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