What is cyberwarfare?
- It is an attack only on military targets.
- It is an attack on a major corporation.
- It is an attack that only involves robots and bots.
- It is an attack designed to disrupt, corrupt, or exploit national interests.
Explanation: Cyberwarfare is a subset of information warfare (IW). Its objective is to disrupt (availability), corrupt (integrity), or exploit (confidentiality or privacy). It can be directed against military forces, critical infrastructures, or other national interests, such as economic targets. It involves several teams that work together. A botnet might be one of several tools used for launching the attack.
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