Cyber Security: Turning National Solutions Into International Cooperation (Google eBook)

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James Andrew Lewis
CSIS, 2003 - Computers - 144 pages
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This volume looks at the challenges of cyberspace in an interdependent world and at the need for new, cooperative modes of governance to build cyber security. Making networks and critical infrastructure secure requires competent domestic strategies. But it also requires a willingness among governments to take the lead in supporting one another through effective legal structures and agreements such as the Council of Europe Convention on Cybercrime. The authors explore informal and formal bilateral and multilateral approaches to transnational cooperation on cyber security and examine the elements needed for success.
  

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Contents

International CyberSecurity Cooperation Informal Bilateral Models
1
A Gate Must Either Be open or Be Shut The Council of Europe Cybercrime Convention Model
13
Laying the Foundations for a CyberSecure World
30
Formal Bilateral Relationships as a Mechanism for Cyber Security
43
Effective Transnational Models of Collaboration Bilateral Formal Cooperation
57
Toward a Treatybased International Regime on Cyber Crime Terrorism
65
Europe and Cyber Security
79
Overcoming Obstacles to Cooperation The Council of Europe Convention on Cybercrime
90
Informal Nontreatybased Multilateral Coordination
98
Bringing International Governance to Cyber Space
112
Index
133
About the Authors
143
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James A. Lewis is a senior fellow and director of the Technology and Public Policy Program at CSIS.

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