Report: Cold War-era nuclear strategy offers lessons for cyber warfighting

By Rick Weber  
January 25, 2019 at 11:06 AM
The tactics and operations developed for deterring a nuclear attack during the Cold War offer lessons on how to develop a cyber warfighting strategy for the digital age, according to a report by the Foundation for Defense of Democracies that includes recommendations backed by a member of a congressionally mandated commission on preserving U.S. military superiority in cyberspace. "One mechanism to address the challenge of deterring, contesting, thwarting, or defending against cyber aggression may be through an operationalized plan akin...

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