By Jelle Van Haaster, Rickey Gevers, Martijn Sprengers
A lot as Che Guevara’s ebook Guerilla conflict helped outline and delineate a brand new form of struggle within the wake of the Cuban revolution in 1961, Cyber Guerilla may help outline the recent kinds of threats and warring parties now showing within the electronic panorama. Cyber Guerilla presents worthwhile perception for infosec pros and experts, in addition to executive, army, and company IT strategists who needs to shield opposed to myriad threats from non-state actors. The authors take readers contained in the operations and strategies of cyber guerillas, who're altering the dynamics of cyber battle and knowledge protection via their unconventional options and threats. This e-book attracts classes from the authors’ personal reports but in addition from illustrative hacker teams comparable to nameless, LulzSec and Rebellious Rose.
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To counteract this drive during an operation, the leadership should always keep the goal in mind and never let members of the group do anything else than their previ-ously determined task. Becoming domain admin might be rewarding, but it is not always the goal of the operation and may result in unwanted attention. Conducting these types of unplanned tasks could compromise the whole operation and endanger all members engaged in the operations. Besides keeping track of the hacker group’s goals and progress in achieving these, leadership should also be vigilant of potential leaks within the hacker group (moles or snitches).
They can get support by mobilizing sentiment in favor of their cause, but the most optimal circumstance is when there are already senti-ments within society benefting the hacker group’s goals. These sentiments may be caused by physical oppression, or intellectual, creative, social, and information oppression. These sentiments generally revolve around injus-tice, of a bigger actor harassing the smaller actor, the State versus the in-dividual, the large company versus the common man, legislation favoring the few to the detriment of many, or the unrelenting effort to impede upon the freedoms bestowed upon Man.
When the sentiment is opposing the hacker group or there is no sentiment regarding the specifc issue area at all, the situation does not favor the hacker group. The hacker group, to be successful, will need to mobilize, create, or convert sentiment within the population. This will require considerable time, efforts, and manpower. Some might still wrongly argue that popular support is not necessary for operational success. This is true for the short term––the group might conduct actions and be successful at it without hav-ing a support base.
Cyber Guerilla by Jelle Van Haaster, Rickey Gevers, Martijn Sprengers