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NETWARNavy Network Warfare Command
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Netwar actions are committed by adversaries that are known, that have modified their structures and strategies in accordance with the "working" advantages offered by the network, but also with the confidentiality they offer.
Swarming is a form of netwar in which multiple units suddenly converge on a surprised target.
When successful, the dispersed groups engaged in netwar share common elements that allow them to conduct devastating operations despite constant interference with their ability to maintain mutual communication and logistical support.
En ce sens, nous pouvons affirmer que le social netwar entrepris par les zapatistes est efficace.
Cyberwar/ NETWAR will primarily be fought over network terrain that is owned and operated by private sector entities, many of them multinational corporations.
Since there is no existing DON standard for ITSM implementation, NGEN is leading the effort in implementing ITSM partnering with the Naval NETWAR FORCEnet Enterprise (NNFE) to develop and maintain an enterprise IT maturity model.
The Netwar type of terorism manifests itself by small-scale actions, in which terrorist groups based on modern doctrines, strategies and technologies, use organisational structures in the form of networks that are adapted to the information era.
Chapter 1 straightforwardly introduces some of the information-age challenges to the state-dominated international system that are well expressed elsewhere--particularly the netwar concept (see, for example, John Arquilla and David Ronfeldt, The Advent of Netwar [Santa Monica, CA: RAND Corporation, 1996]; and John Arquilla and David Ronfeldt, eds.
Ronfeldt, and Michele Zanini, "Networks, Netwar, and Information-Age Terrorism," in Countering the New Terrorism, ed.
In the current netwar context, the worldview framework of the Muslim militants plays an important role that some discussions of social-movement theory can help to explain.
Betancourt apprised us of debate within the Support Network for the Zapatista Cause regarding Netwar, a book by John Arquilla and David Ronfeldt, published by RAND Corporation in 1999 and based on a study ordered by the U.