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AS CYBER SECURITY LAW DEVELOPS
Cyber security slowly is beginning to achieve centre stage attention. Various cyber security breaches in different parts of the world have convinced almost all stakeholders that there is a need for having in place legal frameworks to address the growing menace of cyber security breaches. It is in this regard that cyber security law as a jurisprudential subject is beginning to evolve. The said subject is coming up as a distinct discipline within the overall umbrella of Cyberlaw jurisprudence.
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NOW, WITH THIS TECHNOLOGY, EVERYBODY KNOWS EVERYTHING.
EVERYWHERE, ANYTIME; WE ARE EXPOSED!
The enemy has the same talent, hardware and software. There is an equalization of resources and humans knowledge. What I was describing only a few years ago as a totally asymmetric war (cyber wars), now seems more symmetrical than ever.
The power of reach of Social Media is an equalizer of the today society. Social Media is more influential with the young, teenagers and young adults.
“The world, as body of states and civilized laws, lacks a uniform code of rules of how to responding to cyber-attacks, cyber war, info war, cyber espionage and cybercrimes: in times of peace and especially in times of war. DO YOU HAVE AN ADECUATE RESPONSE/POLICY IN KIND? | Hedi Enghelberg
“Qui desiderat pacem praeparet bellum”.
Let him who desires peace prepare for war.
Publius Flavius Vegetius Renatus, Roman Tactician
(Epitome of Military Science)
SOCIAL MEDIA IN TIMES OF PEACE AND WAR
CYBER WARS, CYBER ESPIONAGE, CYBER FRAUD, CYBER CRIME. CYBER CONTROL OF INFORMATION FROM THE UNIVERSAL POINT-OF-VIEW OF THE PROCESS AND ITS USES IN TIMES OF PEACE AND WAR. POLITICAL WARS. SOCIAL MEDIA AS A CULTURAL CONCEPT
POLITICAL THEORY STUDY. BRIEFING – WHITRE PAPER
VOLUME III | GRAY EDITION
THIRD VOLUME OF THE CYBER TERRORISM SERIES
ELECTRONIC & DIGITAL EDITION | VERSION 3.0
MARCH 2015 – AUGUST 2015 MMXV
65,840 Words | 173 A4-type Pages
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The world of communication has been making rapid strides. Information Technology has made this world smaller and more accessible. Perhaps the biggest and the most signifi cant change in IT is the advent of the Internet—with it, transferring information, even across continents and oceans, has become easy and instantaneous. Given the changing scenario, security of information has become an important and inseparable aspect of communication. When the message is received only by the intended recipient, the information is said to have been secure. But, if the information passes through the hands of other people before reaching the intended recipient, the security of the information is considered to have been breached. Information security is essential from both, the online and offl ine points-of-view. Information may be in the form of documents and CDs, stored in databases, or in hard disks. This book deals with the concept of information security, the various measures and counter-measures which one needs to take to make the information systems secure and the laws which govern the concept. Structure of the Book This book is divided into 8 chapters, sequenced to give a better understanding of the concepts. Each chapter contains Learning Objectives, Summary, and Solved and Unsolved Questions to aid comprehension of the concepts. The Glossary at the end of the book adds value to the learning. The last two chapters dealing with Cyber Security and Cyber Laws are accompanied by an appendix each. Important topics and concepts have been covered in great detail in the book—including, but not limited to—access control measures, threats, physical security, intrusion detection, cyber security and cyber crime. The 8 chapters together cover the entire syllabus of GBTU’s Information Security and Cyber Laws paper of the BTech course, making the book a student’s ideal companion. I hope that the readers are benefi ted from my effort in bringing out this book. I sincerely thank Vikas Publishing House for their help in giving the book its fi nal shape. Comments and suggestions from the readers are welcome.
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Cyber-Physical Attacks: A Growing Invisible Threat presents the growing list of harmful uses of computers and their ability to disable cameras, turn off a building’s lights, make a car veer off the road, or a drone land in enemy hands. In essence, it details the ways cyber-physical attacks are replacing physical attacks in crime, warfare, and terrorism.
The book explores how attacks using computers affect the physical world in ways that were previously only possible through physical means. Perpetrators can now cause damage without the same risk, and without the political, social, or moral outrage that would follow a more overt physical attack.
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The Basics of Information Security provides fundamental knowledge of information security in both theoretical and practical aspects. This book is packed with key concepts of information security, such as confidentiality, integrity, and availability, as well as tips and additional resources for further advanced study. It also includes practical applications in the areas of operations, physical, network, operating system, and application security. Complete with exercises at the end of each chapter, this book is well-suited for classroom or instructional use.
The book consists of 10 chapters covering such topics as identification and authentication; authorization and access control; auditing and accountability; cryptography; operations security; physical security; network security; operating system security; and application security. Useful implementations for each concept are demonstrated using real world examples. PowerPoint lecture slides are available for use in the classroom.
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