Cyber Pearl Harbor - Strategic Setting [video]
Center for Homeland Defense and Security Naval Postgraduate School
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Part 2: Strategic Setting. Strategic surprise attack allows the weaker opponent to achieve objectives that it realistically could not expect to secure if it faced a military superior. Because the weaker party recognizes its military inferiority, it seeks to develop ways to circumvent a stronger opponent’s military might and reduce the likelihood that it will act on its deterrent threats.
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