Cyberpower and National Security

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Potomac Books, Inc., 2009 - Cyberspace - 642 pages
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Addresses the main security issues in cyberspace
 

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A collection of 24 chapters (from different authors) covering cyberpower in a very broad sense. There are some aspects that are a bit dated (this is obviously before wikileaks, Stuxnet, and Snowden ... Read full review

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One of many references we used in late 2009 developing the Army's Cyberspace Operations Concept Capability Plan. Read full review

Contents

Part II Cyberspace
89
Military Use and Deterrence
251
Information
341
Strategic Problems
366
Part VI Institutional Factors
366
Notes
366
About the Contributors
366
Index
368
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Franklin D. Kramer is a distinguished research fellow in the Center for Technology and National Security Policy at the National Defense University. He served as the assistant secretary of defense for international security affairs from 1996 to 2001.

Stuart H. Starr is also a distinguished research fellow in the Center for Technology and National Security Policy at the National Defense University. He concurrently serves as the president of the Barcroft Research Institute.

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