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Guy-Philippe Goldstein:
How cyberattacks threaten real-world peace

TEDxParis 2010 · 9:24 · Filmed Jan 2010
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Nations can now attack other nations with cyber weapons: silent strikes on another country's computer systems, power grids, dams that leave no trace behind. (Think of the Stuxnet worm.) Guy-Philippe Goldstein shows how cyberattacks can leap between the digital and physical worlds to prompt armed conflict — and how we might avert this global security hazard.

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Guy-Philippe Goldstein is the author of Babel Minute Zero, a novel that examines the reality of cyberwar in our current geopolitical topography. Full bio
This talk was presented to a local audience at TEDxParis 2010, an independent event. TED editors featured it among our selections on the home page.

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