Conflict in the 21st Century: The Impact of Cyber Warfare, Social Media, and Technology

by
Nicholas Michael Sambalukeditor

Nicholas Michael Sambaluk, PhD, is associate professor at Air University's eSchool of Graduate Professional Military Education and an author on military history and military technology and innovation.

Conflict in the 21st Century: The Impact of Cyber Warfare, Social Media, and Technology

20190831

ABC-CLIO

Pages 368
Topics China, Blocking of Social Media by;Defense Innovation Unit Experimental;Digital Radio Frequency Memory;Distributed Denial of Service Attacks;Forum Infiltration;Hypersonic Missiles;ISIS Recruitment and War Crimes;Operation Olympic Games;PLA Unit 61398;Sony Hack, 2014;Technology

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Conflict in the 21st Century: The Impact of Cyber Warfare, Social Media, and Technology

Author(s): Nicholas Michael Sambaluk, Editor
Contributors: Sambaluk, Nicholas;
Abstract:

This reference work examines how sophisticated cyber-attacks and innovative use of social media have changed conflict in the digital realm, while new military technologies such as drones and robotic weaponry continue to have an impact on modern warfare.


• Provides fascinating information about cyber weapons that effectively strike through cyberspace to weaken and even cripple its target

• Demonstrates how social media is employed in conflicts in innovative ways, including communication, propaganda, and psychological warfare

• Explores potential technology avenues related to ensuring the continued military advantages of the United States

• Identifies and describes nuclear, precision, and other technological capabilities that have historically been the preserve of superpowers but have been newly acquired by various states

Editor(s): Sambaluk, Nicholas;
SortTitle: conflict in the 21st century: the impact of cyber warfare, social media, and technology
Keyword(s): China, Blocking of Social Media by; Defense Innovation Unit Experimental; Digital Radio Frequency Memory; Distributed Denial of Service Attacks; Forum Infiltration; Hypersonic Missiles; ISIS Recruitment and War Crimes; Operation Olympic Games; PLA Unit 61398; Sony Hack, 2014; Technology
Author Info:
Nicholas Michael Sambalukeditor

Nicholas Michael Sambaluk, PhD, is associate professor at Air University's eSchool of Graduate Professional Military Education and an author on military history and military technology and innovation.

eISBN-13: 9781440860010
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Print ISBN-13: 9781440860003
Imprint: ABC-CLIO
Pages: 368
Publication Date: 20190831