Computer Network Operations

Computer Network Operations

Computer Network Operations (CNO) (dt. Computer Netzwerk Operationen) ist ein militärischer Begriff der mehrere Unterbegriffe umfasst.


Computer Network Attack

Computer Network Attack (CNA): (dt. Computer Netzwerk Angriffe) Maßnahmen die unter Anwendung von Computernetzwerken dazu dienen den Zugriff auf Informationen in Computern oder Computernetzwerken zu stören, zu verhindern, zu verlangsamen oder die Information, die dazugehörigen Computernetzwerke oder die dazugehörigen Computer zu zerstören.

Computer Network Defense

Computer Network Defense (CND): (dt. Computer Netzwerk Verteidigung) Maßnahmen die unter Anwendung von Computernetzwerken dazu dienen den Zugriff auf Informationen in (eigenen) Computern oder Computernetzwerken zu schützen, zu überwachen und zu analysieren. Ebenso beinhaltet CND die Erkennung und Abwehr von unberechtigten Zugriffen auf militärische Computer(-netzwerke).

Computer Network Exploitation

Computer Network Exploitation (CNE): (dt. Computer Netzwerk Ausnutzung) Maßnahmen die unter Ausnutzung von Computernetzwerken das Sammeln von Informationen von bzw. aus gegnerischen Computer und Computernetzwerken ermöglichen.


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