MANEA, Valentin
April 2013
Bulletin of the 'Carol I' National Defence University / Buletinu;Apr2013, Issue 2, p215
Academic Journal
The main purpose of cyber attacks have remained the same as in the situation of classic attacks, namely expanding or extending the influence of a state or entity over a certain objective, but the means of achieving that have changed, becoming more subtle and at the same time harder to be revealed and countered. Today we are witnessing an increasing number of attacks carried out in the cyberspace, as well as their increasing violence, while achieving a development of cyber attack capabilities, encouraged by huge investments made by some countries.


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