The SolarWinds hack has triggered deep introspection within the policy circles.
One realisation which I am having is that military strategies in cyberspace seem to be wanting to define “contact” in more conventional terms rather than how it’s really applicable to cyber operations.
Continue reading “The Competition Continuum and noncontact operations in cyberspace”
My geo-strategic take on the SolarWinds hack, published by the Hindustan Times: https://www.hindustantimes.com/analysis/solarwinds-cyber-strategists-are-back-to-the-drawing-board/story-L5QunVMY7vRa04isQlT1QL.html.
The SolarWinds hack – a cyber espionage campaign compromising critical organisations of the United States (US) – has fundamentally disrupted the power dynamics of cyberspace.
It is not only a major setback to the cyber statecraft initiatives of the US which took years to mature, but also challenges the basic assumptions upon which the West’s strategy for cyber dominance rests.
Continue reading “SolarWinds: Cyber strategists are back to the drawing board – Hindustan Times”
The US Cyber Command (USCYBERCOM) seems to be adapting and responding to the Russian disinformation threat in some bizarre ways.
Here’s the developing story:
Continue reading “USCYBERCOM’s cyberwar: the Great (Video) Game?”