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Information warfare and deterrence

Richard E. Hayes

Information warfare and deterrence

by Richard E. Hayes

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Published by National Defense University, Institute for National Strategic Studies in [Washington, D.C.?] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Information warfare -- United States.,
  • Deterrence (Strategy),
  • United States -- Military policy.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Richard E. Hayes and Gary Wheatley.
    SeriesStrategic forum -- no. 87
    ContributionsWheatley, Gary F., National Defense University. Institute for National Strategic Studies
    The Physical Object
    Pagination4 p. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22249488M

    This book examines the shape, sources and dangers of information warfare (IW) as it pertains to military, diplomatic and civilian stakeholders. Cyber warfare and information warfare are different beasts. Both concern information, but where the former does so exclusively in its digitized and operatio. The Centre for Land Warfare Studies (CLAWS), New Delhi, India is an autonomous think tank on strategic studies and land mandate of CLAWS covers national security issues, conventional military operations and sub-conventional warfare. Disclaimer: The views expressed and suggestions made in the article are solely of the author(s) / editor(s) in their personal capacity and do not have.

    Conventional Deterrence is a book about the origins of war. Why do nations faced with the prospect of large-scale conventional war opt for or against an offensive strategy? John J. Mearsheimer examines a number of crises that led to major conventional wars to explain why deterrence failed. Cyber deterrence could fail to work due to the cyber adversary’s cultural interests and objectives. The cyber deterrence goal to convince would be attackers that any action against the U.S. just brings risk, but some cyber adversaries do not receive or value the early deterrence message due to cultural bias or backgrounds. UnderstandingFile Size: 2MB.

    information warfare n 1. (Computer Science) the use of electronic communications and the internet to disrupt a country's telecommunications, power supply, transport system, etc 2. (Military) the use of electronic communications and the internet to disrupt a country's telecommunications, power supply, transport system, etc information warfare Information.   This book introduces policy, government, and security professionals to the concept of “information warfare,” covering its evolution over the last decade and its developments among such economic and political giants as China, Russia, Japan, India, and : Wiley.


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Information warfare and deterrence by Richard E. Hayes Download PDF EPUB FB2

Information Warfare and Deterrence At the abstract level, the interface between these two concepts is dependent on setting the context clearly. First, deterrence is always from an actor toward a target. The very nature of the actor and target, as well as the degree of asymmetry between them, is important.

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"The Changing Role of Information in Warfare is part of RAND's Strategic Appraisal series, and it primarily addresses the effects of information technology on American military planning and operations.

The fifteen chapters provide a useful review of the dangers and opportunities that information technology presents to U.S. military by: This article defines information warfare and influence operations as the deliberate use of information by one party on an adversary population to confuse, mislead and ultimately influence the actions that the targeted population makes.

Information warfare and influence operations are hostile activity, or at least an activity that is conducted between two parties whose. Information Warfare and Deterrence [Wheatley, Gary F., Hayes, Richard E., National Defense University Directorate of Advanced Consepts, Technolo] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Information Warfare and DeterrenceFormat: Paperback. BOOK REVIEW 64 The Lands in Between: Russia vs. the West and the New Politics of cyber and information warfare, economic and political manipulation, and kinetic military action. Hybrid warfare often exists in a gray area between war and peace, ines deterrence theories and how to use them in a changing strategic environ.

He's doing this as a journalist, the editor of a new Economist book, "Modern Warfare, Intelligence and Deterrence," which has been published in the United Kingdom (Profile Books) and the United States (John Wiley & Sons).

Reflective of the book's multi-national significance, publishing rights have been acquired for a Chinese edition/5(9). Theohary’s current focus is on information warfare strategy, cyber-enabled information operations, and deterrence in cyberspace.

She is a member of professional trade associations and advisory councils related to information operations and was an editor of the IO Journal, the peer-reviewed publication of the Association of Old Crow’s.

The broad purpose is to show how strategy works, using air power and special operations as substantial case studies, but also addressing sea power, nuclear deterrence, and information warfare. Although this book says interesting things about the future of air power, the reliability of non-nuclear deterrence, the true character of joint warfare.

Information warfare also has been discussed in the context of the pursuit of a strategy of deterrence. This linkage was spawned by two coinciding events--the Persian Gulf. Strategic information warfare is possible and probable. I applaud that this research was done.

I am thrilled that this is an unclassified, easily obtained book rather than something that remains within the closed networks of the military-industrial vaults."Cited by: Hybrid Conflicts and Information Warfare: New Labels, Old Politics edited by Ofer Fridman, Vitaly Kabernik, and James C.

Pearce. Lynne Rienner Publishers,pp. Conflict of the last decade has been described using buzzwords like “hybrid warfare” or “information warfare,” opaque in meaning yet often held to have altered the “nature of war.”. Deterrence theory is the idea that an inferior force, by virtue of the destructive power of the force's weapons, could deter a more powerful adversary, provided that this force could be protected against destruction by a surprise attack.

This doctrine gained increased prominence as a military strategy during the Cold War with regard to the use of nuclear weapons and is related to, but distinct.

the future of political warfare: russia, the west, and the coming age of global digital competition alina polyakova spencer p.

boyer brookings – robert bosch founda tionFile Size: 1MB. “Cyber warfare is as much about psychological strategy as technical prowess.” ― James Scott, Senior Fellow, Institute for Critical Infrastructure Technology tags: cyber-warfare, james-scott, psychological.

IWS is an online resource that aims to stimulate debate about a range of subjects from information security to information operations and e-commerce. Information Warfare and Deterrence.

Written By. Gary F. Wheatley. Richard E. Hayes NDU Press Book. December Contents. Tables and Figures. Foreword. Acknowledgments. Executive Summary. Tailored Deterrence of New Actors. Tailored deterrence is, in the words of Dr. Jerrold Post, an actor-specific set of deterrence capabilities designed to influence a specific leader or leader’s group.

Deterrence strategy may be tailored to the actors to be deterred, the capabilities needed to execute this strategy, and to the points in ongoing. Commentary: Deterrence, retaliation and arms control - a guide to tackling information warfare.

Traditional deterrence makes clear the importance of promises and the difficulty in telling what the other His most recent book is Why intelligence fails: lessons from the Iranian revolution and the Iraq war (Cornell University Press, ).

The definitive publication for the best and latest research and analysis on information warfare. The US missile defence project also became irrelevant. Thereafter deterrence was no longer viewed only in the light of nuclear weapons and conventional war as renewed broader range of threats, including violent non-state actors and asymmetric warfare led to complicate the deterrence dynamics (Knott, ).

Overall, this book is a great read for those interested in information as the concept of hybrid warfare continues to emerge across military, academic, and professional settings in the West and Russia, this book importantly distinguishes the various perspectives.Information Warfare and Deterrence Appendix C.

Fundamentals of Information Warfare: An Airman's View. by General Ronald R. Fogleman. Chief of Staff. Presented to the National Security Industry Association-National Defense University Foundation Conference on The Global Information Explosion.

Washington, D.C., During the last two decades, the infrastructure of the U.S. economy has undergone a fundamental set of changes.

It has steadily increased its reliance on its service sector and high-technology economy. The U.S. has come to depend on computers, electronic data storage and transfers, and highly integrated communications networks. The result is the rapid development of a new form of critical Reviews: 1.