IO-Cyber Newsletter Vol. 12 No. 10

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Articles in this issue:  ARSTRAT IO Newsletter v12 no 10

1.      Disinformation Flies in Syria's Growing Cyber War
2.      The Nature of China's Information Operations Strategy
3.      Executives advocate a military approach to cybersecurity
4.      Dysinformatsia redux
5.      Hezbollah Under Attack
6.      For Army's Electronic Warriors, Greater Foes than Afghanistan's Await
7.      Pursuing Soft Power, China Puts Stamp on Africa's News
8.      Pakistan's Army Steps Up Radio Wars
9.      Pakistani Bloggers Accused of Hate Videos
10.     The Return of Dr. Strangelove
11.     Tagging and Tracking Espionage Botnets
12.     China's ‘Model Workers' Head to Cyberspace
13.     Symposium on Ancient Chinese Psychological Warfare held in Beijing
14.     Internet Analysts Question India's Efforts to Stem Panic
15.     Information Wars: Assessing the Social Media Battlefield in Syria
16.     In Twist, Chinese Company Keeps Syria on Internet
17.     Inside the Ring: Taliban Infiltrate Social Media
18.     North Korean Jamming of GPS Shows System's Weakness
19.     Army Increases Leader Training on Cyber Threats
20.     ANSF Takes the Lead in Information Fight
21.     US General: We Hacked the Enemy in Afghanistan
22.     Facespook: Russian Spies Order $1mln Software to Influence Social Networks
23.     Software Company Denies Spy Agency Collaboration
24.     Pentagon Fighting Taliban on Social Media Front

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Articles in this issue are:

1.         Al-Qaeda’s Online Forums Go Dark for Extended Period
2.         Debate Rages over Hacking Jihadist Websites
3.         Electric Dragons – Airborne Electronic Warfare Capabilities in China
4.         ‘Azerbaijan Actively Joined Information Warfare'
5.         Cyber War Will Not Take Place
6.         Designer Satellite Collisions from Covert Cyber War
7.         Al Hurra: An Eye on Democracy
8.         U.S. Navy Focus Shifts To Asia-Pacific
9.         What does #NTVlies Really Mean?
10.       Global Briefing: Russian Politics Moves Online
11.       Zombie Followers and Fake Re-Tweets
12.       The Anatomy of a Coup Rumour
13.       The Inconvenient Astrologer of MI5
14.       We Can Hear You Thugs
15.       US And China Engage In Cyber War Games

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Articles in this issue:

1.      U.S. ‘Info Ops' Programs Dubious, Costly
2.      Conference Expects Slow Transition to Laser Weapons
3.      US Army Warns About The Risks Of Geotagging
4.      The 2006 “Divorce” of US Army Reserve and Active Component Psychological Operations Units – A Re-Examination
5.      Cyber Snoopers Target NATO Commander in Facebook Attack
6.      China, U.S. Chase Air-to-Air Cyberweapon
7.      BBC Persian Service Suffers Sophisticated Cyber Attack
8.      More Satellites Means More SATCOM Gridlock
9.      Historic Cyber Unit Begins Daily Action
10.     Syria E-Mail Hack Points to New Level Of “Information War”
11.     Three Little Pigs As Exposed by News and Social Media
12.     Tweeting the Taliban: Social Media's Role in 21st Century Propaganda
13.     Fort Campbell's 101st Combat Aviation Brigade uses Electronic Warfare to help Soldiers on the Ground
14.     Russia Considering Cyber-Security Command
15.     Cybersecurity, Marine Corps Style
16.     The Coming Cyberwar with Iran?
17.     China's Twitter War
18.     Cyber and Drone Attacks May Change Warfare More Than the Machine Gun
19.     Giant Telco Banned Due To Cyber Attack Concerns
20.     SecAF: Cyberspace is an Air Force priority
21.     Taliban Offers Online Questions and Answers
22.     Should US Worry About North Korea's Cyber Attack Capability?
23.     ‘Every Major Company in The U.S. Has Been Hacked By China': Cyber-Espionage Warning From U.S Security Chief Who Warned Of 9/11