Cyberwarfare Technologies for the Defense Sector

Cyberwarfare is emerging as the next evolution in modern warfare between nation states. The use of cyber espionage and disruption of government agencies, critical infrastructure operators and private sector companies is driving the market for sophisticated cyberweapons. Complex malware campaigns, advanced persistent threats and the commoditization of a legitimate exploits market underpin next-generation cyber warfare technologies. This report looks at the current state actors and their cyber activities, the development of offensive cybersecurity and cyber weapons, and how cyber warfare is affecting national security. 

Table of Contents

  • 1. STATE ACTORS AND CYBER-ESPIONAGE
    • 1.1. Covert Infiltration
    • 1.2. Cyber-espionage Comes of Age
    • 1.3. Active Disruption
    • 1.4. Building Cybermilitary Capabilities
  • 2. OFFENSIVE CYBERSECURITY AND CYBERWEAPONS
    • 2.1. Private Sector Involvement
    • 2.2. Offensive Cybersecurity
    • 2.3. Open Market Potential
    • 2.4. Zero-days: Cornerstones of Cyberweapons
  • 3. CYBERWARFARE AND NATIONAL SECURITY
    • 3.1. Defining Cyberwarfare
    • 3.2. National Defense Strategies
    • 3.3. BLE Beacons Have Stolen Mindshare and Budget
    • 3.4. Defense Sector: Cybersecurity Spending
    • 3.5. How to Drive Uptake of Wi-Fi
    • 3.6. Conclusion
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Research Information

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Publish Date
4Q 2015
Code
AN-1596
Research Type
Technology Analysis Report
Pages
24