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War rages on in cyberspace between Russians and Americans

2021-06-18T11:35:29.434Z

DECRYPTION - The connected world has increased the possibilities of subversive actions tenfold. War is declared in cyberspace. The conflict between the Russians and the Americans across the Internet is mostly silent, and so far has not resulted in any deaths. But the economic, political and strategic consequences of this confrontation are growing rapidly, to the point of making it one of the main subjects addressed by Joe Biden in his meeting with Vladimir Putin. Read also: Artificial intel



War is declared in cyberspace.

The conflict between the Russians and the Americans across the Internet is mostly silent, and so far has not resulted in any deaths.

But the economic, political and strategic consequences of this confrontation are growing rapidly, to the point of making it one of the main subjects addressed by Joe Biden in his meeting with Vladimir Putin.

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Artificial intelligence at the heart of the Sino-American competition

It has been several years since the Russians took the lead on this new battlefield.

Modern computer tools and the widespread connection of Western societies have offered their adversaries a new front where the vulnerabilities are immense, and the defense remains in its infancy.

Almost no rule exists in this new theater of operations, where it is easy to hide the origin of an attack.

The use of private or semi-private combatants, such as pirates or privateers in the era of racing warfare, offers States the possibility of denying their responsibilities

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Source: lefigaro

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