ISBN-10:
1848216718
ISBN-13:
9781848216716
Pub. Date:
05/12/2014
Publisher:
Wiley
Cybercrime and Cyber Warfare / Edition 1

Cybercrime and Cyber Warfare / Edition 1

by Igor Bernik
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ISBN-13: 9781848216716
Publisher: Wiley
Publication date: 05/12/2014
Series: FOCUS Series
Pages: 176
Product dimensions: 6.40(w) x 9.50(h) x 0.82(d)

About the Author

Igor Bernik is Vice Dean for Academic Affairs and Head of the Information Security Lab at the University of Maribor, Slovenia. He has written and contributed towards over 150 scientific articles and conference papers, and co-authored 4 books. His current research interests concern information/cybersecurity, cybercrime, cyberwarfare and cyberterrorism.

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Table of Contents

Introduction vii

Acknowledgement x

Chapter 1. Cybercrime 1

1.1 The perpetrators of cybercrime 22

1.1.1. Motives of the perpetrators of cybercrime 25

1.1.2. Types of offenders 26

1.1.3. Organization of perpetrators 28

1.2 Tools for implementing attacks 31

1.3 System protection against attacks 32

1.4 Fear of cybercrime 34

1.5 Investigation of cybercrime 37

1.6 Cost of cybercrime 39

1.6.1. Measuring the cost of cybercrime model 41

1.6.2. Cost framework for cybercrime model 45

1.7. The Council of Europe Convention on Cybercrime 49

1.7.1. The Council of Europe Convention on Cybercrime 49

1.7.2. Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights 52

1.7.3. Digital Millennium Copyright Act 53

1.7.4. United Nations Charter 54

1.8. Cybercrime conclusion 55

Chapter 2 Cyberwarfare 57

2.1. Information and cyberspace 60

2.1.1. Cyberspace and ICT 60

2.1.2. Information power and information conflict 64

2.2. Understanding cyberwarfare 67

2.2.1. The nature of cyberwarfare 70

2.2.2. Types and techniques of cyberwarfare 72

2.3. Perpetrators and victims of cyberwarfare 80

2.4. Committing cyberwarfare 82

2.4.1. Espionage 82

2.4.2. Active warfare 85

2.4.3. Information operations 88

2.4.4. Propaganda activity 90

2.5. Organizations and cyberwarfare 95

2.5.1. Industrial espionage 98

2.5.2. Politically and ideologically motivated groups – perpetrators of cyberwarfare 103

2.6. The role of countries in cyberwarfare 107

2.6.1. The United States 108

2.6.2. China 113

2.6.3. Russia 117

2.6.4 India 119

2.6.5. Iran 121

2.6.6. Israel 121

2.6.7. North Korea 122

2.7. Efforts against cyberwarfare: international and national legislation 123

2.8. Defense against cyberwarfare 133

2.9. Cyberwarfare conclusion 139

Conclusion 141

Bibliography 145

Index 163

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