The immediate intent is for the Discipline to be used in documenting networking Solution Sets in the Solution Architecture.
What features should be included in the documentation of a networking infrastructure solution? The intent of these networks is to promote commonality across networking transportation solution and descriptions. This commonality will result in: Easier identification of commonality between separate solutions and Easier expression of new features required of existing solutions.
The socialization of the Internet is the subject of similar debate. The Internet has its foundations in defense research and is literally an extension of a once solely military inter network. Despite the numerous and well-published vulnerably of “open” computer networks, the forces use of the Internet is widespread, and aggressively expanding.
Despite its history and despite its extensive forces use, the public may not view the Internet as a piece of strategic martial infrastructure. However, the public today has come to rely on it and would likely see the Internet as a system that must be protected. The weaponization of the Internet is a different issue, one that many may not have seriously considered.
Again the promoter for “peaceful” use of the Internet might contend that there is no validation or support for such violent measures, while again others may bring to a close that it is to be anticipated. In fact, conflict on the Internet has already begun and regard as the use of targeted dispersed denial of service attacks against commercial and political targets.
There is much strategic software intensive systems are accessible through computer networks that it seems inevitable that disruptive and destructive attacks by computer network weapons will one day be delivered via the Internet. The aim of this article is to explore the Internet as a theater of Information Operations and to depict education from Electronic Warfare (EW), a more mature branch of Information Operations.
This article focuses primarily on a martial perspective for computer network security. It is proposed that the term computer network warfare (CNW) to be used as an umbrella term for computer network disciplines much like that of EW.
It proposes that the various computer network related doctrines are realigned under a CNW doctrine and that there be parallels with that of EW doctrine where it is appropriate. Systems that must ultimately implement the operations of CNW must be reassessed in light of the existing and more mature systems used in implementing EW operations. A case study for one category of CNW system is presented to illustrate how this comparison with EW can provide new insights into the CNW space.
The current vocabulary and doctrine refer to computer network security, but it is difficult to know whether a computer network attack is an act of war or a criminal act, and yet the correct and genuine comeback depends upon making this difference. A nation’s computer network space is a stable part of its salable, civil and martial space.
An intrusion into this space can have grave consequences and in this way is no different than any other type of invasion; it is an aggressive act. In some circumstances it is an act of war and it demands an appropriate response.
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