Cyberwarfare has been in the main stream discussion of cybersecurity journals and conference proceedings for a few years. The Stuxnet attack in the cyberspace has taken many of politicians and security professionals into much deeper concerns of the future cybersecurity. Attached in this course is an IEEE journal article that you need to read, analyze, and write your own paper to express your reaction on this important cybersecurity topic. You can find this article under eReadings. You should also refer to at least three other outside sources to complete and support your paper.
Your paper should include at a minimum:
•Technical analysis of the paper topic, content, implications, and conclusions.
•Your reflection on the paper
•Make your case in the defensive and offensive Cyberware strategy
•Recommendation to prevent future Cyberware attacks as Stuxnet
•A list of references
Content Knowledge 50 points
Conveyed convincing data to support the arguments. Student demonstrates full knowledge (more than required).
Organization 30 points
Good sequential event build up. Reader’s Information in logical, interesting sequence which reader can follow.
Grammar and Spelling 10 points
Presentation has no misspellings or grammatical errors.
APA Formatting 10 points
Work has no formatting errors (i.e. references page, title page, spacing, citations).