The Friction Points, Operational Goals, and Research Opportunities of Electronic Warfare and Cyber Convergence

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Cox, Jacob
Bennett, Daniel
Lathrop, Scott
Walls, Chris
LaClair, Jason
Tracy, Clint
Esquibel, Judy
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2019
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Fall 2019
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JSTOR
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With Electronic Warfare joining the Cyber Branch in October 2018, numerous opportunities and challenges that affect warfighters are surfacing. To capture and consolidate some of these observations, the Electronic Warfare Cyber Convergence (EWC2) workshop, held in conjunction with the 2018 Cyberspace Electromagnetic Activities (CEMA) conference, provided an opportunity for experts from military, government, commercial and academic backgrounds to compare insights, explore friction points, consider deeper issues and note potential research opportunities within the EWC2. In this workshop, participants learned that the convergence of EW and cyberspace operations is only the initial step towards the greater goal of controlling information on the battlefield.
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The article of record as published may be found at https://www.jstor.org/stable/10.2307/26843894
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Cox, Jacob, et al. "The Friction Points, Operational Goals, and Research Opportunities of Electronic Warfare and Cyber Convergence." The Cyber Defense Review 4.2 (2019): 81-102.
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