October 20, 2015
Large-scale hack attacks are a greater threat than ever to computer networks. Today, no fewer than 29 governments have intelligence units dedicated to “offensive hacking” (WSJ). Conducting this warfare is cheap and the demand for digital warriors is high.
In the February 2012 Socionomist, Alan Hall anticipated the digital arms race: “As animosity rises and military budgets fall, expect even more belligerence-on-the-cheap.”
Learn what socionomics has to say about cyberwar and other war risks of the future.
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