By Joel Carr, October 17, 2013
As of now, the author writes, there is no evidence to support a claim that cyber weapons meet the legal and historical definitions of weapons of mass destruction.
Read more: The misunderstood acronym: Why cyber weapons aren’t WMD
Issue: Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists Volume 69 Issue 5 Keywords: Aurora, Farewell Dossier, Presidential Policy Directive 20, Shamoon, Stuxnet, WMD, cyber weapon Topics: Technology and Security
Carr is a research scientist at the University of Virginia, where he investigates the dynamics and controls of the global virtual water trade network. His work focuses on ecosystem resilien...
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