Cyberwarfare: Information Operations in a Connected World

Cyberwarfare: Information Operations in a Connected World

Mike Chapple and David Seidl
ISBN-13: 978-1-284-05848-2
500 pages
© 2015

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Cyberwarfare puts students on the real-world battlefield of cyberspace! Students will learn the history of cyberwarfare, techniques used in both offensive and defensive information warfare, and how cyberwarfare is shaping military doctrine. Written by subject matter experts, this book combines accessible explanations with realistic experiences and case studies that make cyberwar evident and understandable.

Key Features

  • Incorporates hands-on activities, relevant examples, and realistic exercises to prepare readers for their future careers.
  • Includes detailed case studies drawn from actual cyberwarfare operations and tactics.
  • Provides fresh capabilities information drawn from the Snowden NSA leaks.
Part 1: The Cyberwarfare Landscape
Chapter 1: Information as a Military Asset
Chapter 2: Targeting and Cyberwarfare
Chapter 3: Cyberwarfare, Law, and Ethics
Chapter 4: Intelligence Operations in a Connected World
Part 2: Offensive and Defensive Cyberwarfare
Chapter 5: Advanced Persistent Threats
Chapter 6: Social Engineering and Cyberwarfare
Chapter 7: Weaponizing Cyberspace: A History
Chapter 8: Non-State Actors in Cyberwar
Chapter 9: Defense-in-Depth Strategies
Chapter 10: Cryptography and Cyberwar
Chapter 11: Endpoint Protection
Chapter 12: Defending Networks
Chapter 13: Data Loss Prevention
Part 3: The Future of Cyberwarfare
Chapter 14: Cyberwarfare and Military Doctrine
Chapter 15: Pandora’s Box: What’s Next?

Instructor Resources include:

  • PowerPoint Lectures
  • Instructor’s Guide
  • Test and Quiz Items
  • Sample Syllabus
  • Case Scenarios/Handouts
  • Handouts
  • Projects
  • Study Guide
  • Time on Task
  • Content Map