Cyberwarfare in the United States

Cyberwarfare is the use of computer technology to disrupt the activities of a state or organization, especially the deliberate attacking of information systems for strategic or military purposes. As a major developed economy, the United States is highly dependent on the Internet and therefore greatly exposed to cyber attacks. At the same time, the United States has substantial capabilities in both defense and power projection thanks to comparatively advanced technology and a large military budget. Cyber warfare presents a growing threat to physical systems and infrastructures that are linked to the internet. Malicious hacking from domestic or foreign enemies remains a constant threat to the United States. In response to these growing threats, the United States has developed significant cyber capabilities.

The United States Department of Defense recognizes the use of computers and the Internet to conduct warfare in cyberspace as a threat to national security, but also as a platform for attack.[1][2]

The United States Cyber Command centralizes command of cyberspace operations, organizes existing cyber resources and synchronizes defense of U.S. military networks. It is an armed forces Unified Combatant Command. A 2021 report by the International Institute for Strategic Studies placed the United States as the world's foremost cyber superpower, taking into account its cyber offense, defense, and intelligence capabilities.[3]

  1. ^ Grenoble, Ryan (16 August 2018). "Trump Reverses Obama-Era Rules on Cyberattacks". HuffPost. Retrieved 1 October 2018.
  2. ^ "How the US military is beating hackers at their own game". Business Insider. Retrieved 1 October 2018.
  3. ^ Pomerleau, Mark (28 June 2021). "Who can match the US as a cyber superpower? No one". c4isrnet.com. Retrieved 30 June 2021.

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