focuses on the main characteristics of asymmetric military strategy using the web as a target or a weapon.
Project launched in 2009.
Research Coordinator: Sabrine SAAD
A research paper and a poster : Asymetric cyber-warfare between Israe and Hezbollah The web as a new strategic Battelfield; june 2011
The UIR Web Science-CEMAM participated in the Second Web Science Conference that was held in Koblenz in June 2011. They presented, as a
poster, Asymmetric Cyber-Warfare between Israel and Hezbollah (during the July War 2006). The UIR team won Best Poster Award at ACM
August 7, 2006 Pieces of a Hezbollah UAV (Unmanned aerial vehicle) that was taken down by the Israeli Air Force. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
This project aims to show that the web is a strategic battlefield and a diplomatic tool used by different actors pursuing different objectives in the
Near East (Lebanon, Syria, Palestinian with or without the help from Iran and against Israel). u can find the extended summary concerning our
production related to cyber war between Isreal and Hezbollah here
Based on an Interdisciplinary approach, which combines observation and case studies. The purpose of this study is to create a typology of the
attacks and their result, result adding a sociological approach of the actors and their motivation.
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Published 28 March 2012