Unrestricted Warfare versus Western Traditional Warfare: A Comparative Study

ABSTRACT

The rise of the cyber dimension as well as the emergence of new strategic/economic leaders in the world, like China, is currently changing not only the face of the world but also threatens to upset the strategic balance in the world. In this context, the concept of warfare itself must be redefined. This paper seeks to analyse the concept of new warfare precisely, and then to discuss developments in the new art of warfare, and, finally, to establish a redefinition of the stakes.


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Photo of Grégory Commin

ESIEA, (C+V)° Laboratory

Grégory Commin is a French Engineer who is specialized in IT security. He was R&D engineer at Sage, then Network Security Engineer at BT Global Services, and he is now IT Security consultant in network security at Orange Business Services in Paris. He is also associate researcher at the Operational Cryptology and Cirology Lab at ESIEA.

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E.S.I.E.A Laval,
France

Eric Filiol is the head of the (C+V)O Research Lab at ESIEA, France and a senior consultant in offensive cyber security and intelligence. He spent 22 years in the French Army (Infantry/Marine Corps). He holds an Engineer diploma in cryptology, a doctorate in applied mathematics and computer science, and a Habilitation Thesis in computer science. He also graduated from NATO in InfoOps. He is the editor-in-chief of the Journal in Computer Virology and has been a speaker at international security events including Black Hat, CCC, CanSecWest, PacSec, Hack.lu, Brucon, and H2HC.

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