Principle of Distinction in Cyberwar

Modern warfare has become increasingly advanced, with cyberattacks providing a powerful and complex way to attack both offensively and defensively. While cyber operations have traditionally been thought of as an indirect means of warfare, cyberattacks have been used to physically maim and kill targets, and are expected to continue to do so. [1] As the threat of cyber use to cause physical damage increases, an interesting question arises regarding the principle of distinction in the Continue Reading →