By Karsten Friis,Jens Ringsmose
Adopting a multidisciplinary viewpoint, this booklet explores the most important demanding situations linked to the proliferation of cyber features.
Over the earlier twenty years, a brand new man-made area of clash has materialized. along armed clash within the domain names of land, sea, air, and house, hostilities among varieties of political actors at the moment are happening in our on-line world. This quantity addresses the demanding situations posed through our on-line world hostility from theoretical, political, strategic and felony views. In doing so, and unlike present literature, cyber-security is analysed via a multidimensional lens, in place of being taken care of completely as an army or felony concerns, for instance. the person chapters map out the various scholarly and political positions linked to numerous key points of cyber clash and search to reply to the next questions: do current theories supply adequate solutions to the present demanding situations posed through clash in our on-line world, and, if no longer, may perhaps substitute ways be developed?; how do states and non-state actors utilize cyber-weapons while pursuing strategic and political aims?; and, how does the appearance of clash in our on-line world problem our verified criminal framework? by means of asking very important strategic questions about the theoretical, strategic, moral and criminal implications and demanding situations of the proliferation of cyber battle functions, the ebook seeks to stimulate study into a space that has hitherto been missed.
This booklet should be of a lot curiosity to scholars of cyber-conflict and cyber-warfare, battle and clash reports, diplomacy, and defense studies.
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Conflict in Cyber Space: Theoretical, Strategic and Legal Pespectives (Routledge Studies in Conflict, Security and Technology) by Karsten Friis,Jens Ringsmose