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Understanding cybersecurity : emerging governance and strategy
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Éditeur Rowman & Littlefield International
Année copyright 2018
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Understanding cybersecurity : emerging governance and strategy
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Description
1 volume (XV-270 pages) ; 23 cm
Notes
Bibliographie pages 233-258. Index
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384.334
Contenu
Internet governance and national security ; Managing decentralized cyber governance ; Tragedy of the cyber commons ? ; Rise of a cybered Westphalian age 2.0 ; Blown to bits : China's war in cyberspace, August-September 2025 ; Nuclear lessons for cyber security ? ; Escalation dynamics and conflict termination in cyberspace ; Specter of non-obvious warfare ; Act and actor attribution in cyberspace ; Strengthening private-public partnerships in national cybersecurity
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Over the last decade, the internet and cyber space has had a phenomenal impact on all parts of society, from media and politics to defense and war. Governments around the globe have started to develop cyber security strategies, governance and operations to consider cyberspace as an increasingly important and contentious international issue. This book provides the reader with the most up-to-date survey of the cyberspace security practices and processes in two accessible parts; governance and operations. Suitable for a wide-ranging audience, from professionals, analysts, military personnel, policy-makers and academics, this collection offers all sides of cyberspace issues, implementation and strategy for the future. -- Provided by publisher
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978-1-78660-679-2
1-78660-679-8
978-1-78660-680-8
1-78660-680-1
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