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7 May 2015 How is it that security professionals are using the buzzword ‘hybrid warfare’ without really knowing or agreeing on what it is? This is the question posed by Damien van Puyvelde, who argues here that the term adds little but confusion to an already confused situation.
28 June 2013 Hackers are the 21st century warriors who worry many. As everything we use becomes increasingly connected, so their opportunities to hack, divert or destroy increase. NATO Review talked to some hackers to see what motivates them – and finds out that they can actually be a force for good too.
18 June 2013 No time to watch a video on cyber attacks? No problem. Here we provide an infographic highlighting the main threats (and prevention techniques) for those who fear cyber attacks in government bodies. From phishing to spam and from big data to data leakage, this GovLoop infographic explains what to look for and where.
13 June 2013 Cyber is never the easiest subject to illustrate (without numerous pictures of cables, keyboards and flashing computer lights), but NATO Review has managed to find a number of events and issues which highlight how the use of cyber techniques has boomed.
13 June 2013 If any NATO country knows about cyber attacks, it's Estonia. The country suffered a high profile series of attacks on institutions across the country in spring 2007. NATO Review asked Estonia's President what the country learned from this and why he feels the area deserves more attention.
13 June 2013 Cyber war does not exist. This is the bald statement summarising the work of Dr Thomas Rid of King's College London, who feels that cyber attacks meet none of the conditions of war. NATO Review asked how he came to this conclusion and what it meant for the security field.
13 June 2013 NATO Review's timeline on cyber attacks shows the history - and seriousness - of attacks since they began in the 1980s. Use the interactive timeline to find out about some of the major - and most audacious - cyber attacks since the first worm got loose in 1988.
1 February 2010 Same concept, different angles: video 3 - How will the timing of this new Strategic Concept affect the outcome? Will it be able to deal with threats for decades to come? How will it change the way international organizations work together? And what will its changes mean for the men and women in uniform? All of these questions come under scrutiny in this section.