Estonia is one of the most advanced countries in the world, and just now survived what has been referred to as "the first 'real' cyber conflict". What really happened there, and what does it mean to us? What can we learn from these attacks and the battle strategies used? In this talk we will go over an outline of the attacks and the defense the Estonians mounted, and proceed to discuss the impact and what actually happened during these attacks. We will then discuss military strategy for use in information warfare as it can be learned from test cases observed during this incidents.
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