Cross-domain deterrence (CDD) is the use of capabilities of one type to counter threats or combinations of threats of another type in order to prevent unacceptable attacks.
Cyberwar is the action of penetrating another state's computers or networks for the purpose of causing damage or disruption.
Cyberwar and the automation of military conflict
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