Using cyber and electronic warfare to keep pace with adversaries (sponsored)
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Our adversaries are using the information domain, social media and COTS technologies to create an advantage, so how do we counter this?
The lines between traditional warfare and counter-terrorism are now very blurred.
Cyber and electronic warfare forms a core part of the evolution of modern warfare.
Our adversaries now take a holistic approach to integrating information warfare, cyber warfare and more traditional EW effects, and heavily utilise these capabilities to further their objectives in hybrid warfare at both a strategic and tactical level.
Industry, military and civil powers therefore need to work collaboratively to better understand and define an evolving approach to CEMA.
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