By Daniel Ventre (ed.)
Today, cyber defense, cyber protection, info battle and cyber conflict matters are one of the such a lot proper subject matters either on the nationwide and overseas point. the entire significant states of the area are dealing with cyber threats and attempting to know the way our on-line world might be used to extend power.
Through an empirical, conceptual and theoretical process, Cyber clash has been written by way of researchers and specialists within the fields of cyber safety, cyber safety and data conflict. It goals to investigate the strategies of data struggle and cyber conflict via old, operational and strategic views of cyber assault. it's unique in its supply as a result of its multidisciplinary method inside a world framework, with experiences devoted to diverse states – Canada, Cuba, France, Greece, Italy, Japan, Singapore, Slovenia and South Africa – describing the state’s program of knowledge war ideas either by way of worldwide improvement and “local” utilization and examples.
1. Canada’s Cyber protection coverage: a Tortuous direction towards a Cyber safeguard approach, Hugo Loiseau and Lina Lemay.
2. Cuba: in the direction of an lively Cyber-defense, Daniel Ventre.
3. French views on Cyber-conflict, Daniel Ventre.
4. electronic Sparta: details Operations and Cyber-warfare in Greece, Joseph Fitsanakis.
5. relocating towards an Italian Cyber safeguard and protection technique, Stefania Ducci.
6. our on-line world in Japan’s New safety procedure, Daniel Ventre.
7. Singapore’s come upon with details conflict: Filtering digital Globalization and army improvements, Alan Chong.
8. A Slovenian standpoint on Cyber battle, Gorazd Praprotnik, Iztok Podbregar, Igor Bernik and Bojan Ticar.
9. A South African viewpoint on details struggle and Cyber war, Brett van Niekerk and Manoj Maharaj.
10. end, Daniel Ventre
Chapter 1 Canada's Cyber safeguard coverage: A Tortuous course towards a Cyber safeguard approach (pages 1–44): Hugo Loiseau and Lina Lemay
Chapter 2 Cuba: in the direction of an lively Cyber?defense (pages 45–76): Daniel Ventre
Chapter three French views on Cyber?conflict (pages 77–134): Daniel Ventre
Chapter four electronic Sparta: info Operations and Cyber?warfare in Greece (pages 135–164): Joseph Fitsanakis
Chapter five relocating towards an Italian Cyber protection and safety method (pages 165–192): Stefania Ducci
Chapter 6 our on-line world in Japan's New security process (pages 193–222): Daniel Ventre
Chapter 7 Singapore's come across with info struggle: Filtering digital Globalization and armed forces improvements (pages 223–250): Alan Chong
Chapter eight A Slovenian viewpoint on Cyber conflict (pages 251–278): Gorazd Praprotnik, Iztok Podbregar, Igor Bernik and Bojan Ticar
Chapter nine A South African standpoint on info battle and Cyber war (pages 279–296): Brett van Niekerk and Manoj Maharaj
Chapter 10 end (pages 297–306): Daniel Ventre
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PRIVY COUNCIL OFFICE, Securing an Open Society […], pp. 13 and 15. The centre has been in operation since October 15, 2004 and reports to the CSIS. It has a five-year budget of C$30 million. CANADIAN SECURITY INTELLIGENCE SERVICE, Integrated Threat Assessment Centre. 116 This community consists mainly of PSC, the CSIS, Canada Border Services Agency, Communications Security Establishment Canada, the DND, Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada, the Privy Council Office, Transport Canada, Correctional Service Canada, the Financial Transactions Reports Analysis Centre of Canada, the RCMP, the Ontario Provincial Police, and Sûreté du Québec.
RACICOT, “La lutte antiterroriste et les guerres de quatrième génération”, […], pp. 131. 31 In 1994, the Canadian federal government presented its Defence White Paper. 33 Yet, this reality did not keep Canada from confirming its intention of developing the RMA. ”35 This finding clearly illustrates the subordination of Canada in the US–Canadian cooperation with regard to defense. Thus, the recourse to IOs by the Canadian national defense during the Gulf War should be differentiated from the actual development of the RMA in Canada.
PUBLIC SAFETY AND EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS CANADA, Government of Canada Position Paper […], pp. 6. 26 Cyber Conflict – the orientations for establishing a framework of integrated risk management; – the importance of information sharing;124 – the development of an inventory of CI assets; – the analysis and evaluation of threats and the communication required;125 – raising awareness of the interdependencies of CIs; – governance;126 – research and development; and – international cooperation. 127 Then, in terms of actions, the government in the context of trust and governance intends to: – establish an overview of the current measures with regard to CI; – establish the priorities and present them, announce the principles and objectives; and – establish the roles and responsibilities of each of the participants.
Cyber Conflict by Daniel Ventre (ed.)