The new reality of Cyber War

Tags: cyber

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In this article James P. Farwell and Rafal Rohozinski discuss the use of malware by the United States and Israel against Iran has created a new norm in international cyber relations.

James P. Farwell is an attorney, defence consultant and the author of The Pakistan Cauldron: Conspiracy, Assassination & Instability (Washington DC: Potomac Books, 2011). His second book, Power & Persuasion, will be published in November 2012 by Georgetown University Press. Rafal Rohozinski is a principal and CEO of the SecDev Group. He is a cofounder and principal investigator of the Information Warfare Monitor and OpenNet initiative, and author of numerous papers and studies addressing risk and the nexus between conflict, development, and the emerging global cyberspace domain. He was previously the director of the Advanced Network Research Group, Cambridge Security Programme, University of Cambridge.