The days where war only exists on the battlefield are long gone. Today some of the greatest risks we face are in cyberspace, carried out by nation-state sponsored attackers. What are the threats to individuals, businesses, and our country? Just how realistic are they? How can we ensure we are armed with the knowledge to protect ourselves at the individual, corporate, government, and critical infrastructure levels? It is useful, at all levels, to understand both today’s attacks and the forecasted dangers we will face in tomorrow’s cyber war.
Cyber warfare is when a nation-state sponsored attacker . . .