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  • ISBN 0198530161
  • ISBN13 978-0198530169
  • Language English
  • Author Stephen Lukasik
  • Publisher Routledge; 1 edition (October 2, 2003)
  • Pages 100
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  • Category Different
  • Subcategory Humanities
  • Size ePub 1152 kb
  • Size Fb2 1347 kb
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The threat that is posed by "cyber-warriors" is illustrated by recent incidents such as the Year 2000 "Millennium Bug". Strategies to reduce the risk that cyber-attack poses, at both individual and national level, are described and compared with the actions being taken by a number of Western governments.

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oceedings{gCI, title {Protecting Critical Infrastructures Against Cyber-Attack}, author {Stephen J. Lukasik and Seymour E. Goodman and David W. Longhurst}, year {2017} . Introduction 1. The Vulnerabilities of National Infrastructure 2. Strategic Defence Options 3. Implementing National Strategies: Actions and Actors 4. Selecting a Strategy 5. Strategic Options 6. Protecting Infrastructures in the US and UK 7. The Broader Applicability of the Strategic Framework Conclusion.

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Protecting Critical Infrastructures Against Cyber-Attack, Adelphi Paper 359, International Institute for Strategic Studies, Oxford University Press, August 2003, London (with Seymour Goodman and David Longhurst)

Protecting Critical Infrastructures Against Cyber-Attack, Adelphi Paper 359, International Institute for Strategic Studies, Oxford University Press, August 2003, London (with Seymour Goodman and David Longhurst). A Proposal for an International Convention on Cyber Crime and Terrorism, Stanford University Center for International Security and Arms Control, August 2000 (with Abraham Sofaer et a. Cyber-attacks, Counter-attacks, and International Law, Survival, 42, pp 89–103, International Institute for Strategic Studies, London, Autumn 2000 (with Gregory D. Grove and Seymour Goodman).

Strategies to reduce the risk that cyber-attack poses, at both individual and national level, are described and compared with the actions being taken by a number of Western governments. Six books are published each year.

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The threat to attack critical infrastructures. The book did not meet my expectations. I was looking for deep technical details for protecting critical infrastructure, however, general information as well as few details was presented instead. One person found this helpful.

Introduction; 1. The Vulnerabilities of National Infrastructure; 2. Strategic Defence Options; 3. Implementing National Strategies: Actions and Actors; 4. Selecting a Strategy; 5. Strategic Options; 6. Protecting Infrastructures in the US and UK; 7. The Broader Applicability of the Strategic. The Broader Applicability of the Strategic Framework; Conclusion.

The protection of critical infrastructures against terrorist attacks .

The protection of critical infrastructures against terrorist attacks: Compendium of good practices. capacity of member countries to protect their critical infrastructure and vulnerable targets against both physical and cyber terrorist attacks 6. 5 AG-2016-RES-03.

Protecting Critical Infrastructures Against Cyber-Attack, Adelphi Paper 359 .

Protecting Critical Infrastructures Against Cyber-Attack, Adelphi Paper 359, International Institute for Strategic Studies, Oxford University Press, August 2003, London (with Seymour Goodman and David Longhurst). "As part of a response to growing government concern over the threat of cyber attacks directed against critical national infrastructures, the National Security Agency (NSA) contracted with Stanford University in 1998 to undertake a multi-track program to provide a forum, develop information, and to analyze options for addressing this threat.