Cyber Warfare and Cyber Security

Conflict
 
Cyber Politics
 
International Relations
 
Security
 
Internet
 
War
 
Panel Number
P21
Panel Chair
Adam Drew
University of London, Royal Holloway College
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Time
11/07/2016 11:00
Location
Building: Lossi 36 Room: 204
Abstract
One of the urgent problems in the modern age is cyber warfare and cyber security. Wars and conflicts between countries do not take place on the real battlefield anymore – there are massive conflicts that are settled online, e.g. in hacking firewalls, entering computer systems and stealing sensitive information. In this panel, we will include papers dealing with the following questions: What strategies do countries develop regarding their cyber security? What role has cyber security in modern warfare? Which countries are the aggressors and which countries are the victims in cyber warfare?

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Conceptualizing Cyber Arms Races View Paper Details
Co-operative Management of Transboundary Crises: Evidence from EU Efforts on Cyberterrorism and other Threats View Paper Details
Desecuritization, Cyberpolitics and the Brazilian Civil Framework for Internet View Paper Details
Mutually Assured Disconnection View Paper Details
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