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US Army uses science fiction prototyping to illustrate the dangers of cyberwarfare

by Futures Centre, Apr 12
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The Army Cyber Institute (ACI) at West Point, New York, has recently launched the first in a series of four comic books to depict emerging cyber threats it has identified. The books were created in collaboration with the Threatcasting Lab at Arizona State University and model possible threats in the near future, in which the US forces are not always victorious.

The series begins with The Dark Hammer, followed by Silent Run, Engineering a Traitor, and 11/25/27 and are free and downloadable for the public.

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