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.