Difference between revisions of "Information warfare"

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==Alternate name(s)==
 
==Alternate name(s)==
 
==Main dependent construct(s)/factor(s)==
 
==Main dependent construct(s)/factor(s)==
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*Information resources
 
==Main independent construct(s)/factor(s)==
 
==Main independent construct(s)/factor(s)==
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*Actors, offensive operations, defensive operations
 
==Concise description of theory==
 
==Concise description of theory==
 
*The theory of information warfare explains and integrates operations involving a diverse collection of actors and media within a single framework. The theory is centered on the value of information resources and on "win-lose" operations that affect that value. Offensive and defensive information warfare is expressed in terms of actors, targets, methods, technologies, outcomes, policies, and laws. Information warfare can target or exploit any type of information medium--physical environments, print and storage media, broadcast media, telecommunications, and computers and computer networks.
 
*The theory of information warfare explains and integrates operations involving a diverse collection of actors and media within a single framework. The theory is centered on the value of information resources and on "win-lose" operations that affect that value. Offensive and defensive information warfare is expressed in terms of actors, targets, methods, technologies, outcomes, policies, and laws. Information warfare can target or exploit any type of information medium--physical environments, print and storage media, broadcast media, telecommunications, and computers and computer networks.

Revision as of 08:37, 27 July 2018

Acronym

  • N/A

Alternate name(s)

Main dependent construct(s)/factor(s)

  • Information resources

Main independent construct(s)/factor(s)

  • Actors, offensive operations, defensive operations

Concise description of theory

  • The theory of information warfare explains and integrates operations involving a diverse collection of actors and media within a single framework. The theory is centered on the value of information resources and on "win-lose" operations that affect that value. Offensive and defensive information warfare is expressed in terms of actors, targets, methods, technologies, outcomes, policies, and laws. Information warfare can target or exploit any type of information medium--physical environments, print and storage media, broadcast media, telecommunications, and computers and computer networks.

Diagram/schematic of theory

Originating author(s)

  • Dorothy Elizabeth Robling Denning

Seminal articles

  • Denning, D. E. R. (1999). Information warfare and security (Vol. 4): Addison-Wesley Reading MA.

Originating area

Level of analysis

Links to WWW sites describing theory

Links from this theory to other theories

IS articles that use the theory

Contributor(s)

  • Craig A. Horne

Date last updated

  • 27 July 2018

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