28 Jul '12, 6pm

Declarations of Cyberwar

Mouths went agape when New York Times reporter David Sanger wrote in June that anonymous sources within the United States government admitted that the United States and Israel were indeed the authors of the Stuxnet worm and related malware. Those two countries had long been suspected of creating the code that wrecked centrifuges at Iran’s Natanz uranium enrichment facility. But never before had a government come so close to claiming responsibility for a cyberattack.
 The origins of the most sophisticated cyberattacks ever undertaken may now be clear, but exactly where such attacks fit in the universe of war and foreign policy—and what the international community would consider a proper response to them—is still the subject of debate.
 A particularly important question is what sort of cyberattack is the equivalent of a traditional armed attack. Efforts to answer that questi...

Full article: http://spectrum.ieee.org/computing/networks/declarations-...

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