Managing cyber attacks in international law, business, and relations : in search of cyber peace
- Shackelford, Scott J. Stanford Law School graduate, J.D. (2009)
- New York : Cambridge University Press, 2014.
- Physical description
- xxxix, 393 pages : ill. ; 24 cm
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- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Defining the cyber threat in internet governance
- Who controls cyberspace? Analyzing cyber regulation through polycentric governance
- Hacking the planet, the Dalai Lama, and you : managing technical vulnerabilities in the internet
- The new cyber warfare : securing critical national infrastructure in the digital age
- Risky business : enhancing private-sector cybersecurity
- An introduction to the law of cyber war and peace
- Cyber peace.
- Publisher's Summary
- This book presents a framework to reconceptualize internet governance and better manage cyber attacks. It examines the potential of polycentric regulation to increase accountability through bottom-up action. It also provides a synthesis of the current state of cybersecurity research, bringing features of cyber attacks to light and comparing and contrasting the threat to all relevant stakeholders. Throughout the book, cybersecurity is treated holistically, covering issues in law, science, economics and politics. This interdisciplinary approach is an exemplar of how strategies from different disciplines as well as the private and public sectors may cross-pollinate to enhance cybersecurity. Case studies and examples illustrate what is at stake and identify best practices. The book discusses technical issues of Internet governance and cybersecurity while presenting the material in an informal, straightforward manner. The book is designed to inform readers about the interplay of Internet governance and cybersecurity and the potential of polycentric regulation to help foster cyber peace.
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- Publication date
- Scott J. Shackelford.