Chapter 13 is the concluding chapter of the Sunzi. While he has continuously stressed the critical importance of intelligence and…
Strategic advantage (shih) is the core of chapter 5. It is attained through leveraging information by proper knowledge.
In the first half of Chapter 3, Sunzi focused on the elements of engagement in, and waging of,war. This information…
Chapter 2 of the Art of War
In the chapter “On Waging Battle,” Sunzi offers his famous prescription for a swift victory, and outlines key components that make a quick victory possible.
Chapter 1 of the Art of War – Part 2
Sunzi’s basic military assessment sets the scene for our CS/CTI development, and establishes the foundations to be built up throughout the book
Part 3 of Rethinking CTI
Where the traditional warfare model ended in a failed analogy, the classical Chinese model offers a lot of potential value. Examination of five key points suggests that developing this model may prove very useful.
Part 2 of Rethinking CTI
Cyber-warfare and CTI are to traditional warfare what chess is to snakes and ladders: both play out on a grid, but that’s where the similarities end. By understanding the underlying problems behind the failed analogy, the requirements for the new system emerge.
Part 1 of Rethinking CTI
The traditional military warfare model is a common analogy to cyber-warfare and CTI. However, the analogy suffers from four fatal flaws, and is entirely incoherent.