Network Operations and Warfare: Employing Effective Paradigms across Different Environments

Abstract

Network Centric approaches feature strongly in the tactics of modern warfare. While the military have refined these paradigms into effective, applicable models, there is a scarcity of resources to assist enterprises employing these models in the commercial sphere. In the battle for information superiority, many competitive enterprises are struggling to adapt military models to achieve information superiority in a competitive business context.


AUTHORS

School of Computer and Information Science Edith Cowan University, 
Australia

Caroline Leming completed her Master of Information Security and Intelligence in 2010 from Edith Cowan University in Western Australia. She currently resides in Zurich, Switzerland and is working towards her Bachelor of Information Technology (Honours).

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