Will the Next World War Be Cyber?
For years, experts have predicted that the next major conflict would take place inside our computers, rather than on physical battlefields. But the initial months of Russia's war in Ukraine have seen a surprising absence of cyber warfare — or has it? What’s the real role digital attacks have played in that war, and what have we learned about how cyber war works — and doesn’t — from the conflict in Eastern Europe? What lessons should we be thinking about for the future of geopolitics, cybersecurity, and the safety of our everyday digital lives?