Exploring the Evolving Nature of Cyber Attacks
1st part of our digital dicussion series "Cyberwarfare - Cyberpeacebuilding", LOCCUM
I) RECENT HISTORY OF CYBERATTACKS
Has the digital realm become more violent in recent years?
Stayed more or less the same
Looking back to the recent history of the field: what have been the events, procedures, and developments that were most decisive in shaping the current situation with regards to cyberattacks?
II) THE CURENT NATURE OF CYBERATTACKS
What are currently the most dominant types of cyberattacks?
What are the most crucial consequences of cyberattacks? Which fields and actors are at the moment in particular affected by cyberattacks?
What attacks are/were - according to your opinion - in particular dangerous and destabilizing?
If you look into the public debates on cyberattacks – in the media, in politics or in the general public – would you say the nature cyberattacks ...
... is perceived by and large correctly
... or do you experience rather misconceptions and false understandings of the phenomenon?
III) LOOKING INTO THE FUTURE
What are the major trends and developments that will shape - according to your opinion - the future of cyberattacks?
If we assume for a moment that you have a crystal ball and that you can look into the future, what scenarios are most likely to occur in the upcoming years concerning cyberattacks?
IV) STATISTICAL QUESTIONS
What is your occupation?
How important are cybersecurity-related questions in your daily work?
Very important (cybersecurity is the main focus of my daily work)
Medium (partly focus of my daily work)
Low (I’m occasionally concerned with cybersecurity questions)
Very low (Cybersecurity questions play little to no role in my daily work)
How long have you been working in the cybersecurity field? (Relevant for all who have not chosen “very low” in the previous question)
Less than 1 year
Between 1- 3 years
Between 3 - 5 years
Between 5 - 10 years
More than 10 years
What's your nationality
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