Defending cyberspace is much like defending any other domain in that it involves the military. What is the military’s role in defending computer networks and carrying out offensive attacks? What are the issues pertaining to this role? Should the military be the only one in the US government carrying out this role? Why or why not? What can other entities add to this role?
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