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Refined Concepts of Massive and Flexible Cyber Attacks with Information Warfare Strategies

Horatiu Moga 1, Mircea Boscoianu2, and Delia A. Ungureanu3, Florin D. Sandu4, and Razvan Boboc4
1. National Agency for Fiscal Administration, Braşov, Romania
2. Air Force Academy, Brasov, Romania
3. Automation and Information Technology Department, Transilvania University of Brasov, Romania
4. Electronics and Telecom Department, Transilvania University of Brasov, Romania
Abstract—The purpose of this research is to deepen the concepts of massive and respectively flexible cyber-attacks. These two concepts have been connected with three macroeconomic dimensions, cost for national security, public and private cost for nonmilitary and cost for productive investment to indicate the economic state of the actor state, as well as his motivation to choose a mechanism of cyber space attack. Another goal of this research is to define canonical strategies of information warfare which have a great potential for future research in highlighting the elements of social engineering, cyber deception and counter-cyber deception, useful when information is incomplete.
 
Index Terms—massive cyber attack, flexible cyber attack, kali linux, networks of unmanned systems resource management

Cite: Horatiu Moga, Mircea Boscoianu, Delia A. Ungureanu, Florin D. Sandu, and Razvan Boboc, "Refined Concepts of Massive and Flexible Cyber Attacks with Information Warfare Strategies," Journal of Communications, vol. 12, no. 6, pp. 364-370, 2017. Doi: 10.12720/jcm.12.6.364-370.
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