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Cyberspace and National Security brings together scholars, policy analysts, and information technology executives to consider current and future cyber threats, discuss various strategies to advance and defend national interests in cyberspace, contrast the US approach with European and Chinese views, and posit a way of using cyber capabilities in war. Fundamentally, the book establishes a coherent framework to help strategists and policymakers understand the ways in which cyberspace has become a critical new domain for national security.
|Publisher:||Georgetown University Press|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.80(d)|
About the Author
Derek S. Reveron is a professor of national security affairs and the EMC Informationist Chair at the US Naval War College. He is the author of Exporting Security: International Engagement, Security Cooperation, and the Changing Face of the US Military and coauthor of Human Security in a Borderless World.
Table of Contents
List of Illustrations vii
Part I Thinking About Cyber
Chapter 1 An Introduction to National Security and Cyberspace Derek S. Reveron 3
Chapter 2 Speculative Security Patrick Jagoda 21
Chapter 3 Operational Considerations in Cyber Attack and Cyber Exploitation Herbert Lin 37
Chapter 4 Joining Cybercrime and Cyberterrorism: A Likely Scenario Steven Bucci 57
Part II Armed Conflict and Cyber Defense
Chapter 5 Inter arma silent leges Redux? The Law of Armed Conflict and Cyber Conflict David P. Fidler 71
Chapter 6 The Emerging Structure of Strategic Cyber Offense, Cyber Defense, and Cyber Deterrence Richard B. Andres 89
Chapter 7 A New Framework for Cyber Deterrence Jeffrey R. Cooper 105
Chapter 8 Cybered Conflict, Cyber Power, and Security Resilience as Strategy Chris Demchak 121
Part III National Approaches to Cybersecurity and Cyberwar
Chapter 9 Persistent Enemies and Cyberwar: Rivalry Relations in an Age of Information Warfare Brandon Valeriano Ryan Maness 139
Chapter 10 Competing Transatlantic Visions of Cybersecurity James Joyner 159
Chapter 11 The Bear Goes Digital: Russia and Its Cyber Capabilities Nikolas K. Gvosdev 173
Chapter 12 China in Cyberspace Nigel Inkster 191
Chapter 13 Toward a Theory of Cyber Power: Strategic Purpose in Peace and War John B. Sheldon 207
Chapter 14 Conclusion Derek S. Reveron 225
What People are Saying About This
Cyberspace and National Security makes an impressive contribution to cyber scholarship with essays from leading academics and practitioners. Some essays survey the landscape in novel ways and others break new ground and provide excellent reading whether you are new to cyber statecraft issues or a long-time veteran.
" Cyberspace and National Security makes an impressive contribution to cyber scholarship with essays from leading academics and practitioners. Some essays survey the landscape in novel ways and others break new ground and provide excellent reading whether you are new to cyber statecraft issues or a long-time veteran." -- Jason Healey, director, Cyber Statecraft Initiative of the Atlantic Council and former policy director for cybersecurity at the White House