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Establishing Cyber Warfare Doctrine

ByAnggi Elanda

Aug 8, 2021
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Establishing Cyber Warfare Doctrine

Abstract
Over the past several decades, advances in technology have transformed communications and the
ability to acquire, disseminate, and utilize information in a range of environments. Modern societies
and their respective militaries have taken advantage of a robust information space through networkcentric systems. Because military and commercial operations have increasingly converged,
communication and information infrastructures are now high-priority military objectives in times of
war. This article examines the theoretical underpinning of current cyber warfare research, what we
have learned so far about its application, and some of the emerging themes to be considered; it also
postulates the development of a (national) cyber warfare doctrine (CWD). An endeavor of this scale
requires lots of considerations and preparation for its development if it is to be cooperatively
embraced. This article considers why information technology systems and their supporting
infrastructures should be considered legitimate military targets in conflicts, and offers several events
that support this supposition. In addition, it identifies the various forms of doctrine that will become
the basis for developing a CWD, discusses a CWD's possible components, and proposes a national
collaborative and discussion framework for obtaining a nation's stakeholder buy-in for such an
endeavor

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