6 June 2018 — National Security Archive
New Feature of Cyber Vault Project
Washington D.C., June 6, 2018 – The National Security Archive’s Cyber Vault Project announces the launch of the CyberWar Map. An interactive resource, it is both a visualization of state-sponsored cyberattacks and an index of documents in the Archive’s Cyber Vault relevant to the subject.
The complexity of cyber studies makes it increasingly challenging to conceptualize a “bird’s eye view” of the cyber-battlefield; therefore, the topic of state-to-state conflict lends itself especially well to a dynamic graphic representation.
The CyberWar Map is a living research aid: documents and nodes will be added on a regular basis.
Check out today’s posting at the National Security Archive
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