Read why Neal Pollard and Matthew G. Devost say that cyber war is turning out to quite different than what was being thought on Politico :
In a 2012 speech, then-Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta warned Americans they could face a “cyber Pearl Harbor” someday at the hands of a terrorist group or enemy state. But for the most part, cyberwar hasn’t yet turned out that way—at least so far. The world has not yet seen nations use computers to launch surprise attacks on factories or refineries, set tanks on fire, bring down aircraft, or shut down an adversary’s military.
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