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There's plenty of talk about the role of the United States in cyber space. But what's lacking, one expert argues, is a defining doctrine. Ronald Marks, a senior fellow at George Washington University's Homeland Security Policy Institute, joined In Depth with Francis Rose, to discuss his idea for a comprehensive cyber doctrine.
America's critical computer networks are so vulnerable to attack, it should act as a deterrent to war, U.S. cybersecurity expert, Richard Clarke said, according to the Associated Press.
The Joint Staff is reviewing the doctrine, which should define when the military can go on the cyber offensive. Once it is approved, Cyber Command will put out guidance and tailor its training accordingly.
Dr. Steven Bucci is IBM's Issue Lead for Cyber and explains DoD's strategy.
Militias have always played a big part in wars. But now cyber militias are popping up all over cyberspace.
Cyber Command Director General Keith Alexander says we'll need to stay a step ahead in the cyber war by investing in science, math and engineering.
RSA Security Conference in San Francisco debates the possibility of warfare moving in to the cyber realm.
When it comes to traditional warfare, there are defined rules of engagement - and now cybersecurity experts are proposing similar ground rules for cyber warfare.
The institute says that a comparable set of rules that apply to traditional warfare are needed in cyber war as well.
Oxford University's Ian Brown discusses his report on the dim prospects of a cyber war.