Jmurray8at March 02,2015 Defining Cyber WAR – interesting; well-done but no easy answers
• New international laws needed
• Attack and counter attack all lead to conflict
• How might you design a framework to deter these activities
kcn278at March 05,2015 Making progress on the questions addressed mentioned only two possible ways: peace or new laws. I don't know if peace can a significant way of making progress, but new international laws definitely can. Even if there were peace between two nations, there are bound to be many hackers who opposes the peace between a certain nation and will still carry out cyber-war acts. If the origin of the attack were to be discovered by a nation that has mutual relation from a peace agreement, there will be a blame game resulting in undesired tensions.
JSahm151at April 21,2015 This video explains a broad definition of what cyberwar means. With the growing threat of cyber attacks it is important to determine new laws. The video brings up a few interesting points about how cyber war should be handled. I think that a cyber attack has the potential to do just as much damage as a traditional war. Especially if attackers were able to cause nuclear melt downs
mariawhit8at April 29,2015 I think after all these years, it's amazing we still don't have an international definition for cyberwar. It makes you wonder if the delay in defining it is more political than anything. Allowing other countries to do cyber attacks under the premise that they were unaware it was considered an attack.
hhammadiat May 05,2015 Video shows how the traditional wars of the present and the future have converted into cyber wars using computer viruses and tells us that we don’t even know how to define cyber war what would be the future solutions to prevent infiltration and cyber assassination.