Friday, March 8, 2013

The U.S. Is Now Engaged In A ‘Cyber Cold War’ Against China And Iran


The United States is fighting a secretive “cyber cold war” with Iran and China, a former Department of Homeland Security official said.

While the United States may have a military advantage against countries such as China and Iran, the nations may be more evenly matched in the cyberspace, Paul Rosenzweig, author of the book Cyber Warfare, said at the Heritage Foundation.

“The one thing that is most salient about cyberspace today is it’s the most distributed, dynamic, non-linear environment we’ve ever experienced. It changes every day. It spans the globe in ways we can hardly imagine,” said Rosenzweig, a visiting fellow at Heritage and the former DHS deputy assistant secretary for policy.
 Full Read: National Defense Magazine, found at War News Updates.

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