This paper applies the existing theories of asymmetric conflict to answer the question why Cyberspace Operations in dynamics of asymmetric conflict can be successful. These dynamics of asymmetric conflict are compatible with the actors in cyber war whether state actors or non-state actors. Recent cyber war cases show that state actor has a role, which certainly also has cyber power. The use of cyberspace in asymmetric conflict also makes cyber war have different expected effect. In the past Arreguin-Toft has proposed strategic interaction theory which have expected effect model for predict asymmetric conflict outcomes. In this paper, the model will developed for predict cyber war outcomes. This research will explore the influence of Cyberspace Operations to asymmetric conflict outcomes. Cyberspace Operations as part of Information Operation (IO) support in this paper identified as multiplier power, where IO has concept existed before as force multiplier. In conclusion, this paper propose a new model from the influence of Cyberspace Operations to asymmetric conflict called FDA model, which was developed from the strategic interaction theory by Ivan Arreguin-Toft.