Security in Cyberspace: Emerging Challenges for Society : Proceedings of an International Conference
Topics covered include the magnitude of the cyberspace security threat and the threat's consequences; impediments to improved security in cyberspace and what must be done to remove them; and means to achieve international cooperation regarding security in cyberspace.
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