Like the Cold War, the Code War is a “complicated, multidimensional, international period of tension that requires resources across government and the private sector.” Whereas the United States concerned itself primarily with a single adversary during the Cold War, the landscape of the Code War is far more complex. It is being fought online in an environment of anonymity, against adversaries who may be individuals — hacktivists, criminals, terrorists — or organizations and nation states. And unlike the Cold War that predated the Internet, this Blurred World War is different in six fundamental ways. Read our CEO, Monica Pal’s piece on “The Blurred World War.”