The Use of Cyber Power in ConflictMiriam Howe of BAE Systems Discusses Cyber Power in a Military Context
Cyberspace is a battlefield with no physical or geographic boundaries. During wartime, targets on land, sea, air and space are vulnerable to cyberthreats and opportunities, and nations face many uncertainties about when and how to respond to attacks, says BAE Systems' Miriam Howe.
Most cyber activity goes on below the threshold for war, with legal, political and diplomatic considerations as part of any decision about how to respond, but there's little evidence to show that cyberattacks are escalating into kinetic action, Howe says.
In this video interview with Information Security Media Group, Howe discusses: