samat December 04,2016 well, why we are debating on the definition at all. since we knew that cyber crime is real we have to go back to the source and make it harder to happen.
In the designing phase of any component the cyber security part should have to be integrated, therefore it will make hard to crack. On the other hand, the US government should have to be taken not only defensive act but also defensive action. Als need ti invest on cyber education
samat December 08,2016 The best way is not waiting for the new international law or agreement. We have to go after those bad guys being smart. like we have to research and educate the new young talented generation of cyber warriors, come up with new technology and a new system, invest in research and development of cyber. As a country, we shouldn't have to be passive, and bad guys are taking advantage on us
asdfaslkjadsfasdasdfasat December 10,2016 Great TED talk, these discussions need to be had. This is probably somewhat analogous, at least strategically to when German U-boats began being used in military conflicts around the turn of the 20th century. It differs in one very significant way, however, in that attribution was not nearly as big of a problem when a submarine sunk your ship. When a uranium enrichment operation has been sabotaged or one of two major political parties has all of their emails publicly released, attribution is met with vehement denial. So I think developing international standards for attribution of cyber war crimes will be the next step after the definition of cyber war is flushed out.
CyberRangerat December 11,2016 I noticed the premise of attacks in he video were based on governmental interest. But nothing is stopping a corporation or a person in their basement to target a pace maker or turn off the power grid of a country. Technology has made it easy for microcosmic groups to attack nations. Defining laws might not be enough to stop any subversive organization. As stated in the video the person or group does not have to be in country. So how could we deal with countries that do not work with our governments.
jwren2at December 12,2016 It's crazy how most of the world has become so dependent on IT infrastructures. Everyone wants everything automated and everything is connected to the Internet. People want convenience more than Security, which always comes last. There are so many of our infrastructures that if attacked, would be catastrophic to our country. Technology is great, but we become too dependent on it in our every day lives, me included.