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Cyber warfare


[ 1 ] Wydział Wojskowy, Akademia Sztuki Wojennej | [ P ] employee

Scientific discipline (Law 2.0)

[6.3] Security studies

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Chapter type

chapter in monograph

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  • Art of war
  • Cyberspace
  • Cyber attack
  • Hybrid warfare
  • Information warfare
  • Military threat
  • Nonmilitary threat
  • War
  • Rzeczywistość wirtualna
  • Sztuka wojenna
  • Walka informacyjna
  • Wojna cybernetyczna
  • Wojna hybrydowa
  • Zagrożenia militarne
  • Zagrożenia niemilitarne

EN Cyberspace is one of the greatest achievements of civilization. Its massiveness reduces the level of security at the individual, national and international level. It can manifest conflicting individual interests of criminals, terrorists, and nation. No accepted control his destructive application can undo all the benefits and hope that gives humanity. Humanity is at war since its foundation, and it is unlikely that in the near future it will stop. Moreover, this activity is at the top of the scale of national priorities. With that in mind, it is understandable that most of the efforts of states to cyberspace and the Internet infrastructure, services, and information are used in the function of keeping the conflict. Many national defence strategies define cyberspace as a new area of military operations. This circumstance does not have an exclusively negative connotation. Internationally regulated cyber warfare may have an advantage compared on kinetic warfare weapons, as it offers the same results with less damage. The use cyber war will not abolish warfare conducted by physical force but change the nature of the conflict

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192 - 206


Contemporary security and defence issues

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