Cyber is one of the newest frontiers we face as a modern society. There are many unknowns when it comes to this intangible platform that has become shared globally. Political Science takes an interest in cyber because today it is used as a battle ground for attackers on the international scale. Our understanding of cyber warfare is still emerging, and much scholarship fails to discuss the usage of the United States’ use of such weapons. This paper goes beyond a discussion of coders and hackers leaking into government data and instead focuses on the evidence of cyber as a weapon in world politics. Through three qualitative case studies, I will reveal the use of cyber for informational, psychological, and physical endeavors globally.