Cyberspace as a Battlespace: Irregular Warfare through Bits and Bytes

November 19, 2021 00:53:59
Cyberspace as a Battlespace: Irregular Warfare through Bits and Bytes
Irregular Warfare Podcast
Cyberspace as a Battlespace: Irregular Warfare through Bits and Bytes

Nov 19 2021 | 00:53:59

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Show Notes

What is the intersection between cyber and irregular warfare? Should the United States consider cyberspace a typical or exquisite domain? How did the counterterrorism fight serve as a proving ground for the application of these emerging capabilities? This episode examines the character of cyber warfare—both in its relationship to irregular warfare and in its applicability to broader national security approaches—and features a conversation with Dr. Jacquelyn Schneider and Admiral Mike Rogers.

Intro music: "Unsilenced" by Ketsa

Outro music: "Launch" by Ketsa

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