Cyber Warfare: Techniques, Tactics and Tools for Security Practitioners by J. Andress and S. Winterfeld
Cyber warfare is real. That’s why each Friday I will post a review on this book: Cyber Warfare: Techniques, Tactics and Tools for Security Practitioners, and today I am sharing what I am reading in…
Chapter 3: Cyber Doctrine.
A doctrine is the foundation for teaching collective, fundamental principles to large groups so that everyone knows what to do in pre-defined situations. The military since armies of ancient times has relied on their doctrines to instill tradition, guidance, tactics, techniques and procedures. Different governments and military branches are now putting this long honored practice to cyberspace. While it was interesting that the authors started out by stating, “The U.S. military does not have a definition for cyber warfare today“, don’t think that a lot of time, work and money isn’t being spent to defend and attack “it”.