Is the Art of War different if it’s a cyberwar? Tech Republic glamorizes hackers and trolls:
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Cyberwar isn’t going to be about hacking power stations. It’s going to be far more subtle, and more dangerous.
Wandering the pretty, medieval streets of Tallinn’s old town, it is hard to believe that the tiny country of Estonia has anything at all to do with cyberwarfare. But first as victim of an attack and now as home to some of the leading thinkers on how the digital battlefield will develop, the country has played a key role in its emergence and evolution.
Estonia is a country of around 1.3 million people, facing the Baltic Sea and the Gulf of Finland, it borders Latvia to the south and Russia to the east. After decades as part of the Soviet Union, it regained independence in 1991.
Even today reminders of the Soviet times still abound in the capital Tallinn.