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Cyberspace as a Theater of Conflict: Federal Law, National Strategy and the Departments of Defense and Homeland Security Sam Arwood

Cyberspace as a Theater of Conflict: Federal Law, National Strategy and the Departments of Defense and Homeland Security

Sam Arwood

Published October 1st 2012
ISBN : 9781249594604
Paperback
142 pages
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Research questions: My research is divided into three distinct parts, each linked and dependent upon one another. First is a review and an evaluation of the legal relationships between the Combatant Commanders, the Services, and DoD Agencies withMoreResearch questions: My research is divided into three distinct parts, each linked and dependent upon one another. First is a review and an evaluation of the legal relationships between the Combatant Commanders, the Services, and DoD Agencies with respect to cyberspace. What roles are tasked to each and what limitations are in place based upon those assigned roles. And are any of these current relationships at odds with federal law? Second, I linked National Strategy to a Services targeting strategy via the Effects Based Planning process. This demonstrates the ability to link target selection to the elements of national power as well as identify possible desired effects based upon adversary target selection. Last is an evaluation of military cyberspace activities and responsibilities based upon the conclusions and observations of the first two sections. Included in this evaluation is a brief look at cyberspace activities not yet addressed by the DoD but soon to be a responsibility of the Department.