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By Lawrence Latif
Nov 12 2010
THE GLORIOUS British military that was chased out of Basra in Iraq and
is likely to advance to the rear out of Afghanistan for about the fifth
time in the last 200 years has apparently decided to spend =C2=A3650 million
on developing its cyber warfare capabilities.
At least that won't require it to close with an enemy force and actually
fight, or perhaps, in order to be effective, maybe it will.
Aside from defensive capabilities, Politics.co.uk has learned the
military will look at deploying cyber warfare techniques in an offensive
manner. This follows from armed forces minister Nick Harvey saying,
"actions in cyberspace form part of the battlefield rather than being
separate to it".
Harvey added that physical capabilities, presumably referring to old
fashioned infantry and artillery "will never be replaced" and that cyber
warfare capabilities will integrate with more traditional forms of
warfare. At present the Ministry of Defense (MoD) refuses to acknowledge
it is developing any cyber warfare capabilities.
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