January 14, 2015

Battle in cyberspace: Nato plans to help the West win the information war with Russia

“In this day and age, you could argue that information warfare is more significant than actual military operations,” says Matthew Bryza, a former US diplomat now working for the Estonia-based International Centre for Defence Studies.

“In this day and age, you could argue that information warfare is more significant than actual military operations,” says Matthew Bryza, a former US diplomat now working for the Estonia-based International Centre for Defence Studies.

“If someone chooses to use force, that’s decisive, that could end your life. But in terms of overall strategic efforts… it’s the information space that’s the real battlefield.”
“One side is fighting an information war right now, and the other side is not,” says Mr Bryza.
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