Information Warfare

Information warfare (IW) is a concept involving the battlespace use and management of information and communication technology (ICT) in pursuit of a competitive advantage over an opponent. Information warfare is the manipulation of information trusted by a target without the target's awareness so that the target will make decisions against their interest but in the interest of the one conducting information warfare. As a result, it is not clear when information warfare begins, ends, and how strong or destructive it is. Information warfare may involve the collection of tactical information, assurance(s) that one's own information is valid, spreading of propaganda …

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Wilson Center Canada · 9 April 2024 English

By Mary Brooks, Wilson Public Policy Scholar Science and Technology Innovation Program This analysis was written in the author’s role as a public policy scholar at the Wilson Center. [...] …

Ukrainian networks each month.12 In the east, information warfare part of everyday life: even became a part


CIDP: Centre for International and Defense Policy · 8 February 2024 English

Background: Introducing Gender-Based Disinformation The political and economic costs of traditional military conflict have increased the appeal of foreign disinformation campaigns (Ang, Anwar, and Jayakumar 2021). [...] The Dynamics of …

Herbert, and Jaclyn Kerr. “On Cyber-Enabled Information Warfare and Information Operations.” The Oxford Handbook


CIGI: Centre for International Governance Innovation · 24 January 2024 English

practitioners of statecraft in Assyria, India and China1 → States and non-state actors are engaged in a warn us that the word is mightier than the sword, quest for narrative …

6 — February 2024 Narrative Dominance, Information Warfare and the Freedom to Think Nitin Pai Key Points Points Introduction → Information warfare involves the use of Politics is everywhere and on a perpetual autonomy is a national security objective. Information warfare — the use of information to influence decisions the external, geopolitical dimension of information warfare and offers recommendations for defence and minds. at Takshashila’s graduate programs. Information warfare targets “every element in the He writes a


CIDP: Centre for International and Defense Policy · 9 January 2024 English

One of the many impacts of our multi-year Afghanistan contribution was to sensitize both politicians and senior bureaucrats to the risks associated with unknown outcomes.11 A combination of events, all …

governments is key. On this playing field, information warfare, the competition over narrative and gaining governments is key. On this playing field, information warfare, the 8 5 C H A P T E R 6 F O R C E M U LT be integrated into operations along with information warfare, firepower, manoeuvre, and psychological at the Influence Activities Task Force, Information Warfare Training Squadron Sergeant Major and several


CIGI: Centre for International Governance Innovation · 30 November 2023 English

Clearing the Fog: The Grey Zones of Space Governance 1 The term “grey zone” is used by militaries to of grey zones in outer space by better defining indicate the …

a6efecd9-8f7f-4072-ba86-f405c03bc005. Law.” Journal of Information Warfare 19 (4): 1–16. Clearing the Fog: The Grey


Wilson Center Canada · 30 October 2023 English

Xi understands the stakes of the competition, especially for quantum where he has insisted China’s innovators lead the charge to best the United States.11 404 The Innovation Race Quantum Technologies: …

tpxw/201103/t20110316_85406.html; Wang Jun, “Information Warfare: Quantum Computing is as Significant as Nuclear


Wilson Center Canada · 27 October 2023 English

In a moment where bilateral regulatory mistrust threatens to dismantle many of the financial ties built-up over the last three decades, understanding the mindset of the Chinese regulator becomes all …

tpxw/201103/t20110316_85406.html; Wang Jun, “Information Warfare: Quantum Computing is as Significant as Nuclear


Mackenzie Institute · 13 September 2023 English

(Written by Clare M. Lopez– Original article and references printed here on Newsmax, reprinted with...


CGAI: Canadian Global Affairs Institute · 1 September 2023 English

Table of Contents Introduction Technology and Defence in the 21st Century: The Nature of the Threat Technology and Defence in South Korea Technology and Defence in Canada Conclusion: Overlaps and …

Bradley A. Thayer, “The Political E�ects of Information Warfare: Why New Military Capabilities Cause Old 100–118; Martin C. Libicki, “The Convergence of Information Warfare,” Strategic Studies Quarterly 11, no. 1,


OpenMedia.ca · 11 July 2023 English

While it is not the subject of the proceeding, it is critical that the Canadian Media Fund and CanCon definitions be reformed to be highly flexible and available to support …

close ties to the CCP which makes it an information warfare tool. Independent reports have shown the


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