In this video, you will learn to: Describe what is meant by cyber war and the online resources available to understand the global picture. For this lesson, we will talk about cyber war. It's a link where you will find information regarding significant cyber incidents since 2006. There is a good information regarding the current cyber operations delivered by countries or forces that allies with countries to execute cyber operations. For example one of the interesting parts here in these infographic, is the amount of cyber incidents per nation even if the nation generates the incident or the nation receive the attacks. For example, as you may see here, based on these information from this cybersecurity report. China performed during this year almost 108 incidents, where he deployed cybersecurity attacks. He received also, ordination of China received also 25 incidents. But one of the interesting part here is United States. United States received 117 incidents during this year. This is something important, also understand that United States delivered nine incidents, or create or generates nine incidents during this year. If you want to understand more about which incidents the countries receive or what are the cyber operations that the nations are developing right now, here's a lot of examples. For example, this one on April of this year. Iranian hackers reportedly undertook and hacking a campaign against bank, local government networks, and other public agencies in UK. The important point here to understand first of all is, it says Iranian hackers but it doesn't necessarily means that the government of Iran is performing the attacks. This is something important because as you may know there is a lot of actuaries in the cybersecurity warfare here. Normally, we have the cyber operations from nations directly. So, there is a Cyber Command on US, on UK, on China, that will develop not just offensive but also Defense security operations. But then we have like hackers hired by those nation to perform the attacks. So, one of the things that we need to understand is, when these kind of reports or if you saw something, or you see something on the news, talking about cyber warfare or China attacking the United States, or United States attacking North Korea. Normally, and that's the tricky part of the cyber warfare scenario. Normally, we're talking about groups of hackers that covers their operations using States as the folds flack for their security attacks. Again there is some interesting facts here. Probably, some of these attacks, are like a mentioned, generated by other actors that are not necessarily governments. But there is some actions that definitely are generated by governments. For example, these one on March of this year. Iran's intelligence service hacked into former IDF chief, an Israeli opposition leader Benny Gantz on his cell phone, ahead of the Israeli April elections. This is actually the Israeli intelligence detect. They point all the IOCs, all the information that they collect to the government intelligent agency from Iran. Here is an example of one operation generated and deployed by the government, not necessarily deployed by the group of hackers. That's one of the tricky parts of cyberwarfare scenarios right now. Again, you could go and download the full list, understand what is happening right now. There's a good resources on Amazon for example, to understand a little bit better, the cyberwars scenarios currently. There is a good book called Zero Day. It's also a film here. But there is a book, Countdown to Zero Day. These book will tell the story of Stuxnet. Stuxnet was a malware virus deployed supposedly by a nation to cause some distraction on the Iranian nuclear plant. Here's a good resource for you to understand the current scenario also, it's more like a story. This is thicknet Malware happens 2007. It's actually pretty old, but it's like the first major cyber attack from nation to nation, recorded in the recent history on the internet. That's a good resource for you to understand and take a quick look of this cyberwar in these days.