For the first time The US Department of Justice and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) have placed members of a state sponsored hacking group on their Most Wanted List.  Does this mark a change in the view the world has on hackers?  Gone are the days of Hollywoods' portrayal of hackers being young kids in a dark bedroom trying to beat the IDS of a of major corporation for fun and bragging rights.  Hacking is now a recognised industry in countries such as Syria and North Korea, where it is being deployed as a legitimate military tactic.  This poses some interesting questions, "Should we have our own cyber army?" and "Are we doing enough to prepare ourselves for the battlefields of the future?"