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Published on Mar 9, 2013
by Josh Corman and Jericho
With all the hyperbole and rhetoric surrounding "Cyber-War", we've grown blind to the real conflicts. Cyber-War is upon us, but it is NOT like you expected. Citizens are all involved (or will be), but we are not prepared.
The conflicts don't have clean battle lines, aren't fought by or between traditional states, and are far more personal and idealogical. Historically, we have only seen cyberwar through failed analogies, or our own greedy lenses. In doing so, we have failed to give proper attention to the subject, let alone understand it. This talk will be more than an honest analysis of the past, present, and near future of cyber-war. From the DARPAnet goals of the Internet, to the original AntiSec's "inevitable conflict", to the guerilla warfare that we must come to understand, we'll outline what cyber-war isn't and, more importantly, what it is and will become.
When the shit hits the fan, what role will you play? It's past time to prepare yourself; will you be a warrior, minute man, survivalist, or collateral damage?