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It's Quiz Time! Let's take a few minutes to reflect on what we have learned. Feel free to return to any parts of the tutorial to refresh your memory. Have fun!

1. Information Warfare involves only offensive type measures.
True
False

2. Information Warfare (IW) is defined as actions taken to achieve information superiority by affecting an adversary information, information-based processes, information systems, and computer-based networks while defending one's own information assets.
True
False

3. Information Superiority is fundamental to the transformation of the operational capabilities of the joint force.
True
False

4. Martin Libicki in his book, What is Information Warfare presents that IW in itself is not a technique but rather there are forms of IW. He presents how many different forms of IW?
Five
Ten
Seven
Twenty

5. An example of Command-and-Control Warfare is.....
ambushing a supply truck
hacking a personal computer
sending out flyers to surrender immediately
bombing of a command center

6. Good intelligence allows the commander to shape the battle.
True
False

7. Electronic Warfare are those techniques that.....
Select two
degrade or intercept the flow of information electronically
are fairly inexpensive to implement
are designed for anyone to understand and replicate in any scenario
enhance the flow of information electronically

8. Psychological Warfare is the use of information against the mind.
True
False

9. What type of warfare is defined "the use of information systems against the virtual personas of individuals or groups."

Hacker Warfare
Cyberwarfare
Command-and-Control Warfare
Economic Information Warfare

10. The Defense in Depth Strategy is a system that places barriers between the attacker and your critical information. This layering system makes it more difficult for the attacker to gain access as he/she penetrates deeper to retrieve information.

True
False

11. Network-Centric Warfare is
a new buzzword for something we have been doing for more than 20 years
an approach that only focuses on communication and not warfare or operations
an approach to the conduct of warfare that derives its power from effectively networking the warfighting enterprise
solely an Army initiative

12. The transformation to a network-centric force will provide a force that increases its survivability, lethality, speed, timeliness, and responsiveness.
True
False