US and UK Formalise the Cyber Terror Risk to National Security

Posted: 03/28/2011

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It's official - national security strategies in the US and the UK have formally acknowledge the role of cyber security in the national security hierarchy. Dr Dan Kuehl is director of the Information Strategies Concentration Program at the National Defense University in Washington, DC. He specialises in information operations and warfare as well as military doctrine for IO. In this interview, he explores the Stuxnet threat and how this impacts the west's 'cyber dependency' predicament. Dr Kuehl chaired this year's Cyber Warfare event in London.

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