It's not who has the tools, it's how they use them
It's not surprising that there are a lot of potential threats that we could see when it comes to nations turning to cyber warfare. For one, its cheaper in overall costs than most traditional warfare tactics, but it can also be done in strong numbers for a lot of damage. Personally, no matter who decides to start ramping up the cyber warfare attacks, the real issue is what it can do. As more endpoints are connected when it comes to critical infrastructure, financial systems and public facing systems, all it takes is one attack to take these systems offline and there is a lot of chaos to be had. Definitely a huge risk, and another reminder that as much as we like to invest in creating new cyber attack tools, we have to really look at our internal systems as a nation and figure out what the true risks are and ensure that we get ahead of these risks before one of these nations decides to start testing them for us.