Nebulous at best, incomprehensible at worst: International norms surrounding cybersecurity have left some countries trailing in their efforts to secure their data and networks. We’re focusing on these issues and more in the ISN Weekly Theme: The Fog of Cyberwar.
- In the first portion of our Special Report, James A Lewis says that cyberwarfare has changed the context in which countries must defend themselves, and that they must establish new means of fighting off attacks instead of rehashing Cold War techniques. In the second, Peter A Buxbaum outlines the pros and cons of offensive cyberattacks.
- In Policy Briefs, check out CSS researcher Myriam Dunn Cavelty’s Information Operations: Trends and Controversies, which examines how the enemy’s information is influenced and securing information systems.
- Conflict in Cyberspace examines a variety of issues related to cyberconflict and security. Find out more in our Links Library.
- Chatham House’s Cyberspace and the National Security of the United Kingdom identifies the central features of the cybersecurity challenge and examines innovative methodologies for threat analysis and response.
- In PRIA, you can find the 2009 Report to Congress of the US – China Economic and Security Review Commission.
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