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CSPAN
Apr 15, 2017 10:00pm EDT
series loves their mechanism. it stands for china, russia, korea and terrorism. and so those are the main threats that we need to address and i'm hoping that under the trumpet ministration they will get more efforts both resources with people and leadership to tackle these tough problems. >> what of the most impressive parts of this book is that you look at different case studies and you just named china and russia and north korea. i wanted to delve into some of the examples that we have seen of the use of information warfare by the specific countries. the first one i would like to like to go to is north korea. i think the general public as well aware of the sony hack because it got i got so much media coverage that is of course a hack in response to the movie of the interview why was this such a significant event when it comes to information warfare. you spend a lot of time talking about that in this book. it took place in 2014 and it was based on the north korean government's recognition that they were really opposed to this movie the interview. it was an important thing in exposin
CSPAN
Apr 16, 2017 9:00pm EDT
it which appeareds store china, rich, iran, korea, and terrorism. and so that's are the main threats that we need to address and i'm hoping that under the trump administration they will get more efforts, both resources people and leadership, to tackle these tough problems. >> one of the most impressive parts of the book is you look at different case studies of different countries. ju just systemed china, russia, north korea, iran, isis and the islamic state. want to delve into example wes have seen of the use of information warfare by the countries. the first one is north korea. the general public is well aware of the sony hack because it got so much media coverage. that's of course the hack in response to the movie of the interview. why was this such a significant event when it comes to information warfare? you spend a lot of time talking about this. >> guest: i do a deep dive on the sony hack which took place in 2014, and it was based on the north korean government's recognition that they were really opposed to this movie "the interview" what i call comedy -- not that good of a mov
CSPAN
Apr 17, 2017 12:03am EDT
of the most impressive parts of the book looking at the case studies with china russia north korea and diocese of the islamic state with the use of information warfare the first-ever the to look at is north korea. the general public is well aware of the sony hack because it got so much media coverage. why was this such a significant even to? >> i do spend time on the sony pact that took place 2014 based on the north korean governments recognition that they were opposed to a comedy was not negative for movie bed exposing of what north korea exposes. this is crimes against humanity regime. they have exposed at and identified it pieta still dealing with this regime that does more unspeakable things to its people. but the sony had was really the first time a government had attacked for political gain. so with the sony pictures they took information the was extremely damaging with the software that was used to destroy the entire network it was a harbinger of things to come. for research for the book i interviewed a north korean defector he actually trained hacker said north korea and is
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