Hello, I am looking for someone to write an essay on Stuxnet: Dissecting a Cybewarfare Weapon. It needs to be at least 1750 words.
Today, there are several areas of security concerns as the cyberwarfare rages across social and political domains within and outside any particular nation.
Cybersecurity is a critical component of every aspect of organizational and national security. According to the McAfee internet security company 2007 annual report, it projected that around 120 countries were developing various mechanisms of developing internet as a new mode of the weapon. The target of this technology warfare includes other governments, financial markets and internal security details. By 2008, there were reports that China was harnessing its internal talents to boost its internet offensive and defensive capabilities against the United States. Besides, there was a report that China had successfully conducted security espionage between 1995 and 2008 with reasons that remain largely unknown (Jacobson and Patricia 98).
In addition, diplomatic cables continue to highlight serious concerns on the China perceived cyberwarfare against the security system of U.S. In addition, United States growing concerns on the need to enhance internet security is informed by the various reports, including Keith Alexander reports to the senate security committee on the computer network warfare. The recently formed USCYBERCOM body has also expressed its concerns on the rising cyberterrorism as a new platform in cyberwar (Langner 49). In the report, the concern raised includes how systems could be hacked without the knowledge of the armed forces. Besides, the clueless nature of the discipline forces on the possible timelines of attacks on the systems helped informed in designing Stuxnet technology.Stuxnet major concern is military just as the intention of the majority of cyberterrorists. Its discovery helped paved way into an array of possible strategies to completely eradicate cybercrimes (Jacobson and Patricia 101).
Before operationalization of the Stuxnet, several attempts had