Cyber Defense Review (Spring 2021)   [open pdf - 3MB]

Alternate Title: Special Edition Cyber Defense Review: COVID-19 Implications for Cyber (Spring 2021)

This Spring 2021 Edition of the Cyber Defense Review contains the following articles: "Cybersecurity within a Pandemic Environment" by Jeffrey M. Erickson; "COVID-19 [coronavirus disease 2019] and the Cyber Challenge" by Keith B. Alexander and Jamil N. Jaffer; "COVID-19 and Cyber - Foreshadowing Future Non-Kinetic Hybrid Warfare" by Rob Schrier; "Seven Cybersecurity Lessons the Coronavirus Can Teach the Armed Forces (and Us All)" by Mike Lloyd and Ray Rothrock; "Achieving Systemic Resilience in a Great Systems Conflict Era: Coalescing against Cyber, Pandemic, and Adversary Threats" by Chris Demchak; "Unleash the Dragon: China's Strategic Narrative during the COVID-19 Pandemic" by Mark Bryan Manantan; "Homefront to Battlefield: Why the U.S. Military Should Care About Biomedical Cybersecurity" by Nataliya D. Brantly; "Factors That Motivate State-Sponsored Cyberattacks" by Lance Y. Hunter, Craig Douglas Albert, and Eric Garrett; and a Book Review: "Censored: Distraction and Diversion Inside China's Great Firewall by Margaret E. Roberts" by Tommy Hall.

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Cyber Defense Review (Spring 2021), v.6 no.2
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