NATO Ponders Using Cyber-Attacks as Justification for Hot War
Particularly if NATO recognizes cyber-attacks as a trigger to start shooting.
Governments Propose Building the Hack Into the System
Efforts to introduce malware into computer systems are less precise than building a secret portal right into the architecture.
War With Iran? Stuxnet Virus May Be First Cybersalvo Fired
Stuxnet, a sophisticated computer worm, was aimed (perhaps) at Iran's nuclear program — welcome to the 21st century.
Fighting Cybercrime Requires International Cooperation
While it's right to be skeptical of treaties on cyberwarfare, argues Michael Scott Moore, international conventions on cybercrime are quite appropriate.