Cyber Warfare Quotes

Quotes tagged as "cyber-warfare" (showing 1-8 of 8)
John Mariotti
“We worried for decades about WMDs – Weapons of Mass Destruction. Now it is time to worry about a new kind of WMDs – Weapons of Mass Disruption.”
John Mariotti

Thomas Waite
“Why did I decide to write cyber thrillers? Because we've gone from the Cold War to the Code War.”
Thomas Waite

“The nations, of course, that are most at risk of a destructive digital attack are the ones with the greatest connectivity. Marcus Ranum, one of the early innovators of the computer firewall, called Stuxnet 'a stone thrown by people who live in a glass house'.”
Kim Zetter, Countdown to Zero Day: Stuxnet and the Launch of the World's First Digital Weapon

Jeff W. Horton
“It was the storm that would forever change the course of human destiny.”
Jeff W. Horton, Cybersp@ce

“The 2016 cyberattack was not just another case of simple Kompromat - meddling in the political affairs of a satellite nation or an individual dissenter. It was a direct attempt to hijack and derail the traditional processes and norms that held the United States together for more than 240 years. The attempt was even more brazen due to the apparent belief that Putin assumed that he and his oligarchy could charm, groom and select a candidate, then with the right amount of cybercrime and enough organized propaganda they could actually choose a president of the United States to do their bidding.”
Malcolm Nance, The Plot to Hack America: How Putin’s Cyberspies and WikiLeaks Tried to Steal the 2016 Election

“CYBERPOWER is now a fundamental fact of global life. In political, economic, and military affairs, information and information technology provide and support crucial elements of operational activities. U.S. national security efforts have begun to incorporate cyber into strategic calculations. Those efforts, however, are only a beginning. The critical that the United States must create an effective national and international strategic framework for the development and use of cyber as part of an overall national security strategy.

Such a strategic framework will have both structural and geopolitical elements. Structural activities will focus on those parts of cyber that enhance capabilities for use in general. Those categories include heightened security, expanded development of research and human capital, improved governance, and more effective organization. Geopolitical activities will focus on more traditional national security and defense efforts. Included in this group are sophisticated development of network-centric operations; appropriate integrated planning of computer network attack capabilities; establishment of deterrence doctrine that incorporates cyber; expansion of effective cyber influence capabilities; carefully planned incorporation of cyber into military planning (particularly stability operations); establishment of appropriate doctrine, education, and training regarding cyber by the Services and nonmilitary elements so that cyber can be used effectively in a joint and/or multinational context; and generation of all those efforts at an international level, since cyber is inherently international and cannot be most effectively accomplished without international partners.”
Franklin D. Kramer, Cyberpower and National Security

Thomas Waite
“They told you that you were safe. They told you lies. You are weak and defeated. For the price of one helicopter, we have brought you to your knees.”
Thomas Waite, Lethal Code

“Cyber warfare is as much about psychological strategy as technical prowess.”
James Scott, Senior Fellow, Institute for Critical Infrastructure Technology