Post Tagged with: "cyber security"

The US Response to North Korea: The Cyber Option

The US Response to North Korea: The Cyber Option

Despite the dangers of a cyber response to North Korea, the US could block North Korea’s access to cyber-space and make it clear that the they were behind the attacks.

Review – Black Code: Surveillance, Privacy, and the Dark Side of the Internet

Review – Black Code: Surveillance, Privacy, and the Dark Side of the Internet

Deibert convincingly argues for the legitimate need of cybersecurity, but fails to provide a solution of how to resolve the tension between cyber-control and openness.

Cyber Weapons as a Game Changer: A Critical Reflection

Cyber Weapons as a Game Changer: A Critical Reflection

Claims that cyber weapons are a game changer are often based on a misunderstanding and overestimation of cyber weapons’ capabilities and effects.

Ethical Dilemmas and the Future of European Defence

Ethical Dilemmas and the Future of European Defence

André Barrinha examines the particular ethical consequences of technological advancement for European Defence in relation to cyberspace and a move towards privatization.

Cyber Security Governance and the Theory of Public Goods

Cyber Security Governance and the Theory of Public Goods

Cooperation in cyber security is a hard task even in the absence of national security considerations. A theory of public goods can help us understand cyber security governance and its challenges.

The Estonian President and Baroness Neville-Jones in Conversation on Cyber Security

The Estonian President and Baroness Neville-Jones in Conversation on Cyber Security

Toomas Hendrik Ilves recently visited the UK to discuss the threat of cyber security. It turned out to be a fascinating discussion about personal freedoms, liberty and state power.

Western Security and Virtual Space: Some Examples From 2013

Western Security and Virtual Space: Some Examples From 2013

Western nations are increasingly seeing virtual space as a volatile and potentially dangerous arena that requires control. The signs are that virtual space promises to be a rich research field in the future.

The Lack of Evidence for Supporting Increased Data Retention

The Lack of Evidence for Supporting Increased Data Retention

Proponents to the Draft Communication Data Bill fear that collecting more data will be ineffective and counter-productive. The lack of oversight for such important data collection could lead to abuses for people not only in the UK, but worldwide.

The Evidence Supporting the Fear of Chinese Telecommunication Providers

The Evidence Supporting the Fear of Chinese Telecommunication Providers

The U.S. decision to issue strong recommendations against doing business with two Chinese based telecommunication companies creates an atmosphere of mistrust that does not help resolve cyber security issues.

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