Classic warfare has some rules:
(..) UN Security Council Resolution 2286. This important document condems attacks against medical facilities, personnel and patients in crisis situations.(..)
This rather old article (2013) argues that cyber warfare regulations are far from being as clear:
The systematic crash of the computer systems of banks and TV broadcasters in South Korea — reportedly the result of an attack that was widely speculated to have been launched by North Korea — raises questions about what international laws, if any, govern the new and unexplored area of cyberwarfare.
"The answer is there's nothing and there's everything," said Michael Schmitt, professor and chairman of the international law department at the U.S. Naval War College.
As cyber warfare seems to grow (which is an expected effect of growing processing / networking power), I am wondering if there are any international rules related to the specifics of cybernetic warfare.
Question: Does cyber warfare have rules similar to those existing for classic warfare?