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Cyberwar 2.0 : myths, mysteries and reality

Auteur: Alan D Campen; Douglas H Dearth
Uitgever: Fairfax, Va. : AFCEA International Press, 1998.
Editie/Formaat:   Boek : EngelsAlle edities en materiaalsoorten bekijken.
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Soort document: Boek
Alle auteurs / medewerkers: Alan D Campen; Douglas H Dearth
ISBN: 0916159272 9780916159276
OCLC-nummer: 39375502
Beschrijving: vi, 403 : ill. ; 24 cm.
Inhoud: Correspondence which may have taken place / Thomas P. Rona --
Part One: Strategy and Diplomacy --
The future strategic landscape / Douglas H. Dearth --
The push of information revolutions / Elin Whitney-Smith --
Something other than war / Winn Schwartau --
International relations in a digital world / Gregory Witol --
The emergence of the infosphere and its impact on military operations / MIchael Vlahos --
Diplomacy and the information age: Foreign affairs in times of duress / Donica Pottie --
A view from the frontage road: musing on the risks of traveling the information highway / Roger A. Beaumont --
Part two: Society, Law and Commerce --
Living in a wired world: cyber society in 2020 / John L. Petersen --
Hacking belief systems: an agenda for the survival of humanity in cyber-society / Robert-John Garigue --
The law of cyberwar: a case study from the future / Charles J. Dunlap --
Light at the end of the tunnel?: finding a way through the crypto policy impasse / Joan D. Winston, Kenneth A. Mendelson and Stephen T. Walker --
Encryption in crime and terrorism / Dorothy E. Denning and William E. Baugh, Jr. --
Part Three: Operations and Information Warfare --
Psychological operations in the information age / Charles A. Williamson --
Deception, human factors, and information operations / Douglas H. Dearth --
Operationalizing SOFTWAR / Chuck deCaro --
Coalition information operations: the IFOR experience / Larry K. Wentz --
The rise of command and control / Michael S. Loescher --
Outsourcing command and control / Alan D. Campen --
The INFOCORPS-a unique proposal for a unique mission / Richard Forno --
Operationalizing IO in Bosnia-Herzegovina / Garry J. Beavers and Stephen W. Shanahan --
Part Four: Intelligence, Assessment and Modeling --
Information peacekeeping: the purest form of war / Robert D. Steele --
Assessing the IW threat from sub-state groups / Andrew Rathmell --
Intelligence preparation of the information warfare battlefield / Nicholas Chantler --
Connectivity: the space, tempo and exploitation of risk in the information age / J. P. MacIntosh --
A framework for modelling the threat of information operations and the infrastructure of a country / N. Gass and T. T. Romet --
Part Five: Reality --
Critical foundations of infrastructure assurance: a decade of definitions / John I. Alger --
Cyberwar: the role of allies and coalition partners / Patrick Tyrrell --
Education for information warfare: is the glass half full, or half empty? / Dan Kuehl --
Imperatives of information operations and information warfare / Douglas H. Dearth.
Verantwoordelijkheid: contributing editors, Alan D. Campen, Douglas H. Dearth.

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