Tuesday, April 15, 2008

The War Behind the Wars: Information Security and Exploitation and the Formation of Nations

Historical record often attributes the most pivotal events in warfare to victories on the battlefield, in the naval theater or skies. As military documents become declassified, evidence is revealed of the critical role of clandestine information gathering missions that led directly to military victory. In this lecture Jonathan Habif will discuss the nature of the warfare of informatics, as well as describe several of the most intriguing and daring intelligence missions in modern warfare. The lecture will conclude with an assessment of modern information security capabilities and key weaknesses that are likely to shape the future of warfare.

Please join Jonathan on Thursday, May 1st, at 11:45 in Cherry Room 301 as he discusses the relationship between national security and modern warfare.

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