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Trojan

A proprietary condom–the term is used in the US like Kleenex
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This case of air-based strategic warfare also presents significant similarities to the challenges facing the development of strategic information warfare capabilities in the twenty-first century.
mil) is the technical advisor for the Defensive Information Warfare branch of the U.
Leading thinkers have classified information warfare into several types: command and control warfare ; intelligence-based warfare; electronic warfare; psychological warfare; hacker warfare; economic information warfare; and cyberwarfare.
Many argue that information warfare is the RMA--that struggles over the information domain may determine the outcomes of conflicts by themselves, or, at least make the results of warfare in other media foregone conclusions (much as air power decided the Gulf War but ground power ended it).
response to the strategic information warfare threat.
Operators of our information warfare systems need to integrate with the engineers and the designers, so that we can quickly find digital approaches to solve problems and move forward with solutions.
Such results disappointed those with high hopes for information warfare.
Titan will create, build, test, execute and analyze very complex and realistic scenarios that include all aspects of modern maritime operations including expeditionary warfare, anti-terror warfare, force protection, information warfare, and the traditional elements of modern fleet and joint operations across the globe.
The computer security company pinpoints espionage and sabotage, information warfare, and groups and causes" as possible vulnerabilities for companies working in the People's Republic of China.
That was transitioning from being primarily an air frame maker into a company that provided electronic information warfare systems and long-range precision strike (products),'' Sugar said.

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