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The Resource Strategic cyber defense : a multidisciplinary perspective, edited by Unal Tatar, Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA, USA; Yasir Gokce, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, USA and Adrian V. Gheorghe, Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA, USA, (electronic resource)

Strategic cyber defense : a multidisciplinary perspective, edited by Unal Tatar, Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA, USA; Yasir Gokce, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, USA and Adrian V. Gheorghe, Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA, USA, (electronic resource)

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Strategic cyber defense : a multidisciplinary perspective
Title
Strategic cyber defense
Title remainder
a multidisciplinary perspective
Statement of responsibility
edited by Unal Tatar, Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA, USA; Yasir Gokce, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, USA and Adrian V. Gheorghe, Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA, USA
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eng
Summary
  • With the increased dependence on digital and internet technologies, cyber security has come to be regarded as a national security issue, and the number of countries with a published cyber security strategy continues to rise. But these national cyber security strategies often run the risk of failing to address all the cyber security requirements of the many institutions within a given country, and the complex nature of the stakeholders involved and the networks formed by them means that the problem requires an interdisciplinary approach.0This book presents papers from the NATO Advanced Research Workshop (ARW) entitled?A Framework for a Military Cyber Defense Strategy?, held in Norfolk, Virginia, USA, in April 2016. The workshop focused on key priority areas for cyber defense along with NATO?s cyber defense policy implementation and brought together experts with an eclectic mix of backgrounds and specialties from a group of NATO member states and partner countries. The participants considered not only the technical implications of cyber security efforts, but also the legal, strategic, educational and organizational aspects, and the book reflects this wide view of the field and its intricacies, highlighting the complexity of cyber security and the many challenges it presents
  • With the increased dependence on digital and internet technologies, cyber security has come to be regarded as a national security issue, and the number of countries with a published cyber security strategy continues to rise. But these national cyber security strategies often run the risk of failing to address all the cyber security requirements of the many institutions within a given country, and the complex nature of the stakeholders involved and the networks formed by them means that the problem requires an interdisciplinary approach.0This book presents papers from the NATO Advanced Research Workshop (ARW) entitled?A Framework for a Military Cyber Defense Strategy?, held in Norfolk, Virginia, USA, in April 2016. The workshop focused on key priority areas for cyber defense along with NATO?s cyber defense policy implementation and brought together experts with an eclectic mix of backgrounds and specialties from a group of NATO member states and partner countries. The participants considered not only the technical implications of cyber security efforts, but also the legal, strategic, educational and organizational aspects, and the book reflects this wide view of the field and its intricacies, highlighting the complexity of cyber security and the many challenges it presents
  • With the increased dependence on digital and internet technologies, cyber security has come to be regarded as a national security issue, and the number of countries with a published cyber security strategy continues to rise. But these national cyber security strategies often run the risk of failing to address all the cyber security requirements of the many institutions within a given country, and the complex nature of the stakeholders involved and the networks formed by them means that the problem requires an interdisciplinary approach.0This book presents papers from the NATO Advanced Research Workshop (ARW) entitled?A Framework for a Military Cyber Defense Strategy?, held in Norfolk, Virginia, USA, in April 2016. The workshop focused on key priority areas for cyber defense along with NATO?s cyber defense policy implementation and brought together experts with an eclectic mix of backgrounds and specialties from a group of NATO member states and partner countries. The participants considered not only the technical implications of cyber security efforts, but also the legal, strategic, educational and organizational aspects, and the book reflects this wide view of the field and its intricacies, highlighting the complexity of cyber security and the many challenges it presents
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DLC
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U163
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N37 2016
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2016
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NATO Advanced Research Workshop on a Framework for Military Cyber Defense Strategy
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  • Gheorghe, Adrian V
  • Tatar, Unal
  • Gökçe, Y. Kemal
Series statement
NATO science for peace and security series. Sub-series D, Information and communication security,
Series volume
vol. 48
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  • Cyberspace
  • Cyberterrorism
  • Internet
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Strategic cyber defense : a multidisciplinary perspective, edited by Unal Tatar, Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA, USA; Yasir Gokce, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, USA and Adrian V. Gheorghe, Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA, USA, (electronic resource)
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Publication
Note
"Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Research Workshop on A Framework for Military Cyber Defense Strategy, Norfolk, VA, USA, 11-13 April 2016."
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Contents
  • From the national cyber maturity to the cyber resilience : an assessment of the strategic efforts of Turkey
  • Bilge Karabacak, Unal Tatar
  • Understanding the vulnerabilities of critical energy infrastructure to cyber terrorism and threats : how to secure our energy systems
  • Ayhan Gücüyener
  • Commercial satellites, critical information infrastructure protection, and preventing today's threat actors from becoming tomorrow's Captain Midnight
  • Cyber war : an expected apocalypse or a hyped threat?
  • Minhac Celik
  • Strategic, legal and doctrinal consideration for a better cyber defense in the region of south-east Europe
  • Metodi Hadji-Janev, Mitko Bogdanoski
  • Active cyber defense as a preemptive self-defense measure
  • Strategic approach to a fierce domain : findings from the advanced research workshop
  • Yasir Gokce
  • Risk analysis of internet censorship circumvention : case study of anonymization tools and effects
  • Emin Caliskan
  • The need for a maritime cyber risk management framework
  • Harry Jackson
  • Maritime cyber security : system analysis and evolution of AIS
  • Goksel Kucukkaya, Patrick Hester
  • Big data analysis with LDA for cybersecurity in organizations
  • Jingwei Huang, Yves LaCerte, Zbigniew Kalbarczyk
  • Cyber security exercises : a comparison of participant evaluation metrics and scoring systems
  • Unal Tatar, Alexandru Georgescu, Kenneth Geers
  • Emin Caliskan, M. Oguzhan Topgul, Rain Ottis
  • Architecture for community-scale critical infrastructure coordination for security and resilience
  • James Christopher Foreman
  • Analysis of national cyber situational awareness practices
  • Hayretdin Bahsi
  • Cyberspace situational awareness framework
  • Mustafa Canan, Andres Sousa-Poza
  • From the national cyber maturity to the cyber resilience : an assessment of the strategic efforts of Turkey
  • Bilge Karabacak, Unal Tatar
  • Understanding the vulnerabilities of critical energy infrastructure to cyber terrorism and threats : how to secure our energy systems
  • Ayhan Gücüyener
  • Commercial satellites, critical information infrastructure protection, and preventing today's threat actors from becoming tomorrow's Captain Midnight
  • Cyber war : an expected apocalypse or a hyped threat?
  • Minhac Celik
  • Strategic, legal and doctrinal consideration for a better cyber defense in the region of south-east Europe
  • Metodi Hadji-Janev, Mitko Bogdanoski
  • Active cyber defense as a preemptive self-defense measure
  • Strategic approach to a fierce domain : findings from the advanced research workshop
  • Yasir Gokce
  • Risk analysis of internet censorship circumvention : case study of anonymization tools and effects
  • Emin Caliskan
  • The need for a maritime cyber risk management framework
  • Harry Jackson
  • Maritime cyber security : system analysis and evolution of AIS
  • Goksel Kucukkaya, Patrick Hester
  • Big data analysis with LDA for cybersecurity in organizations
  • Jingwei Huang, Yves LaCerte, Zbigniew Kalbarczyk
  • Cyber security exercises : a comparison of participant evaluation metrics and scoring systems
  • Unal Tatar, Alexandru Georgescu, Kenneth Geers
  • Emin Caliskan, M. Oguzhan Topgul, Rain Ottis
  • Architecture for community-scale critical infrastructure coordination for security and resilience
  • James Christopher Foreman
  • Analysis of national cyber situational awareness practices
  • Hayretdin Bahsi
  • Cyberspace situational awareness framework
  • Mustafa Canan, Andres Sousa-Poza
  • From the national cyber maturity to the cyber resilience : an assessment of the strategic efforts of Turkey
  • Bilge Karabacak, Unal Tatar
  • Understanding the vulnerabilities of critical energy infrastructure to cyber terrorism and threats : how to secure our energy systems
  • Ayhan Gücüyener
  • Commercial satellites, critical information infrastructure protection, and preventing today's threat actors from becoming tomorrow's Captain Midnight
  • Cyber war : an expected apocalypse or a hyped threat?
  • Minhac Celik
  • Strategic, legal and doctrinal consideration for a better cyber defense in the region of south-east Europe
  • Metodi Hadji-Janev, Mitko Bogdanoski
  • Active cyber defense as a preemptive self-defense measure
  • Strategic approach to a fierce domain : findings from the advanced research workshop
  • Yasir Gokce
  • Risk analysis of internet censorship circumvention : case study of anonymization tools and effects
  • Emin Caliskan
  • The need for a maritime cyber risk management framework
  • Harry Jackson
  • Maritime cyber security : system analysis and evolution of AIS
  • Goksel Kucukkaya, Patrick Hester
  • Big data analysis with LDA for cybersecurity in organizations
  • Jingwei Huang, Yves LaCerte, Zbigniew Kalbarczyk
  • Cyber security exercises : a comparison of participant evaluation metrics and scoring systems
  • Unal Tatar, Alexandru Georgescu, Kenneth Geers
  • Emin Caliskan, M. Oguzhan Topgul, Rain Ottis
  • Architecture for community-scale critical infrastructure coordination for security and resilience
  • James Christopher Foreman
  • Analysis of national cyber situational awareness practices
  • Hayretdin Bahsi
  • Cyberspace situational awareness framework
  • Mustafa Canan, Andres Sousa-Poza
Control code
OCM1bookssj0001990494
Dimensions
25 cm.
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
x, 193 pages
Governing access note
License restrictions may limit access
Isbn
9781614997702
Lccn
2017946581
Other physical details
illustrations
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)ssj0001990494
Label
Strategic cyber defense : a multidisciplinary perspective, edited by Unal Tatar, Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA, USA; Yasir Gokce, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, USA and Adrian V. Gheorghe, Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA, USA, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
"Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Research Workshop on A Framework for Military Cyber Defense Strategy, Norfolk, VA, USA, 11-13 April 2016."
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Contents
  • From the national cyber maturity to the cyber resilience : an assessment of the strategic efforts of Turkey
  • Bilge Karabacak, Unal Tatar
  • Understanding the vulnerabilities of critical energy infrastructure to cyber terrorism and threats : how to secure our energy systems
  • Ayhan Gücüyener
  • Commercial satellites, critical information infrastructure protection, and preventing today's threat actors from becoming tomorrow's Captain Midnight
  • Cyber war : an expected apocalypse or a hyped threat?
  • Minhac Celik
  • Strategic, legal and doctrinal consideration for a better cyber defense in the region of south-east Europe
  • Metodi Hadji-Janev, Mitko Bogdanoski
  • Active cyber defense as a preemptive self-defense measure
  • Strategic approach to a fierce domain : findings from the advanced research workshop
  • Yasir Gokce
  • Risk analysis of internet censorship circumvention : case study of anonymization tools and effects
  • Emin Caliskan
  • The need for a maritime cyber risk management framework
  • Harry Jackson
  • Maritime cyber security : system analysis and evolution of AIS
  • Goksel Kucukkaya, Patrick Hester
  • Big data analysis with LDA for cybersecurity in organizations
  • Jingwei Huang, Yves LaCerte, Zbigniew Kalbarczyk
  • Cyber security exercises : a comparison of participant evaluation metrics and scoring systems
  • Unal Tatar, Alexandru Georgescu, Kenneth Geers
  • Emin Caliskan, M. Oguzhan Topgul, Rain Ottis
  • Architecture for community-scale critical infrastructure coordination for security and resilience
  • James Christopher Foreman
  • Analysis of national cyber situational awareness practices
  • Hayretdin Bahsi
  • Cyberspace situational awareness framework
  • Mustafa Canan, Andres Sousa-Poza
  • From the national cyber maturity to the cyber resilience : an assessment of the strategic efforts of Turkey
  • Bilge Karabacak, Unal Tatar
  • Understanding the vulnerabilities of critical energy infrastructure to cyber terrorism and threats : how to secure our energy systems
  • Ayhan Gücüyener
  • Commercial satellites, critical information infrastructure protection, and preventing today's threat actors from becoming tomorrow's Captain Midnight
  • Cyber war : an expected apocalypse or a hyped threat?
  • Minhac Celik
  • Strategic, legal and doctrinal consideration for a better cyber defense in the region of south-east Europe
  • Metodi Hadji-Janev, Mitko Bogdanoski
  • Active cyber defense as a preemptive self-defense measure
  • Strategic approach to a fierce domain : findings from the advanced research workshop
  • Yasir Gokce
  • Risk analysis of internet censorship circumvention : case study of anonymization tools and effects
  • Emin Caliskan
  • The need for a maritime cyber risk management framework
  • Harry Jackson
  • Maritime cyber security : system analysis and evolution of AIS
  • Goksel Kucukkaya, Patrick Hester
  • Big data analysis with LDA for cybersecurity in organizations
  • Jingwei Huang, Yves LaCerte, Zbigniew Kalbarczyk
  • Cyber security exercises : a comparison of participant evaluation metrics and scoring systems
  • Unal Tatar, Alexandru Georgescu, Kenneth Geers
  • Emin Caliskan, M. Oguzhan Topgul, Rain Ottis
  • Architecture for community-scale critical infrastructure coordination for security and resilience
  • James Christopher Foreman
  • Analysis of national cyber situational awareness practices
  • Hayretdin Bahsi
  • Cyberspace situational awareness framework
  • Mustafa Canan, Andres Sousa-Poza
  • From the national cyber maturity to the cyber resilience : an assessment of the strategic efforts of Turkey
  • Bilge Karabacak, Unal Tatar
  • Understanding the vulnerabilities of critical energy infrastructure to cyber terrorism and threats : how to secure our energy systems
  • Ayhan Gücüyener
  • Commercial satellites, critical information infrastructure protection, and preventing today's threat actors from becoming tomorrow's Captain Midnight
  • Cyber war : an expected apocalypse or a hyped threat?
  • Minhac Celik
  • Strategic, legal and doctrinal consideration for a better cyber defense in the region of south-east Europe
  • Metodi Hadji-Janev, Mitko Bogdanoski
  • Active cyber defense as a preemptive self-defense measure
  • Strategic approach to a fierce domain : findings from the advanced research workshop
  • Yasir Gokce
  • Risk analysis of internet censorship circumvention : case study of anonymization tools and effects
  • Emin Caliskan
  • The need for a maritime cyber risk management framework
  • Harry Jackson
  • Maritime cyber security : system analysis and evolution of AIS
  • Goksel Kucukkaya, Patrick Hester
  • Big data analysis with LDA for cybersecurity in organizations
  • Jingwei Huang, Yves LaCerte, Zbigniew Kalbarczyk
  • Cyber security exercises : a comparison of participant evaluation metrics and scoring systems
  • Unal Tatar, Alexandru Georgescu, Kenneth Geers
  • Emin Caliskan, M. Oguzhan Topgul, Rain Ottis
  • Architecture for community-scale critical infrastructure coordination for security and resilience
  • James Christopher Foreman
  • Analysis of national cyber situational awareness practices
  • Hayretdin Bahsi
  • Cyberspace situational awareness framework
  • Mustafa Canan, Andres Sousa-Poza
Control code
OCM1bookssj0001990494
Dimensions
25 cm.
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
x, 193 pages
Governing access note
License restrictions may limit access
Isbn
9781614997702
Lccn
2017946581
Other physical details
illustrations
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)ssj0001990494

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