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Cyber's Impact on Risk Mitigation and Integrated Deterrence

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  • AF/A10

TOPIC SPONSOR: AF/A10

From an arms control risk mitigation perspective, how do strategic cyber capabilities differ from nuclear capabilities and other systems with the potential to deliver strategic effects on which the United States has implemented its deterrence architectures?  How might offensive and defensive cyber capabilities be implemented into existing or new risk mitigation frameworks (e.g. arms control treaties and agreements) in order to manage strategic stability? How might the integration of cyber capabilities into future treaties and agreements impact DAF's integrated deterrence posture as well as the Department's arms control implementation and compliance activities?


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