Everywhere you turn these days, it’s cyber-this and cyber-that. Never mind that this prefix is fungible at best and takes on whatever meaning the speaker imbues it with in that moment, it seems the easiest was to show that you are hip to emerging technologies in warfare is to liberally sprinkle the word “cyber” into any document of context.
Before we can properly employ emerging technologies in armed conflict we must learn to speak intelligently about the conduct of military operations in and from cyberspace. So what do you do? How do you even begin? Here are five simple suggestions from a newly-minted MOC Warfighter with a background in cyberspace operations.
"What Every Planner Should Know about Cyberspace Operations,"
MOC Warfighter: Vol. 1
, Article 4.
Available at: http://digital-commons.usnwc.edu/moc-warfighter/vol1/iss10/4