Cutting Edge Cyber war: Civilians lead.
Cutting Edge Cyber war., Civilians lead.
By Gerald Internet Anthropologist Think Tank
The cyber war paradigms are being developed by
the civilians and terrorists.
Al Qaeda was among the front runners using
the WWW for warfare. Not by design but by
As their communication channels were shut
down they move on to what ever was left.
And at the bottom of preferred communications
was the Internet, now it is the preferred
method of communication.
While the Military focused on denying
the enemy communications, and methods
to take out the infrastructure or destroy
communications systems, the Iran
regime focused on denying its citizens
communication to the out side world.
The leadership of the world was caught
off guard by the Iranian freedom protesters.
Hundreds of thousands marching in the
streets while the poloticos argue what to
do and how much to say.
While the World leadership ponders
what to do the Civilian sector
stepped forward with a paradigm
and instituted it.
Providing the Iranian civilians methods
routes and training to pierce the
wall of silence the regime in Iran has tried
The civilian sector has enforced a "communications
light up" against the regime, as oppoesed to the
black out the regime tries to enforce.
The Military is entrenched in a legacy paradigm
they rejected for coastal defense a hundred years ago.
The Military is focused on DEFENDING the networks.
Like they defended the coast 100 years ago.
There are NO coastal defenses in USA.
They don't work.
Coast defenses are all offensive now.
I;m not saying they should drop defenses
but they must see the benefit to having offensive
The Military have no offensive armed cyber forces.
Just a firewall the world pounds and beats against
And the focus on the mop up after a breach.
The Military have no Cyber rules of engagement.
Iranians appeal for help and the civilian sector
creates a paradigm and acts to support them.
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The civilian sector has a FAST Cyber reaction force.
Deployable any where in the world, and manned 24/7.
And the civilian sector has rules of engagement,
based on self defense.
The civilian sector does the heavy lifting until
the Politicians decide what they are going to do..
And until and if the Military ever get the cyber capability.
Some feds regard the civilian sector as a threat.
They are not. They are transparent to the Feds.
Tactical Internet Systems analyst.
Cyber battle field in Iran.