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International cyber norms : legal, policy & industry perspectives

Author: Anna-Maria Osula; Henry Rõigas; NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence,
Publisher: Tallinn, Estonia : NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence, 2016. ©2016
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Recent cyber security related discussions in international forums indicate 'cyber norms' or cyber 'norms of behaviour' as the most suitable vehicles for guiding states' behaviour in cyberspace. The main goals for agreeing on norms are believed to include increased predictability, trust and stability in the use of ICTs, hopefully steering states clear of possible coflict due to misunderstandings. Additionally, norms  Read more...
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Osula, Anna-Maria.
International cyber norms.
Tallinn, Estonia : NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence, 2016
(OCoLC)945085501
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Anna-Maria Osula; Henry Rõigas; NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence,
ISBN: 9789949954469 9949954460
OCLC Number: 951808448
Description: 255 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: The nature of international law cyber norms / Michael N. Schmitt and Liis Vihul --
Cyber law development and the United States Law of War manual / Sean Watts --
The International legal regulation of state-sponsored cyber espionage / Russell Buchan --
Beyond 'quasi-norms': the challenges and potential of engaging with norms in cyberspace / Toni Erskine and Madeline Carr --
United Nations Group of Governmental Experts: the Estonian perspective / Marina Kaljurand --
Confidence-building measures in cyberspace: current debates and trends / Patryk Pawlak --
Outer space and cyberspace: a tale of two security realms / Paul Meyer --
International legal norms in cyberspace: evolution of China's national security motivations / Greg Austin --
Technological integrity and the role of industry in emerging cyber norms / Ilias Chantzos and Shireen Alam --
Key concepts in cyber security: towards a common policy and technology context for cyber security norms / Claire Vishik, Mihoko Matsubara, Audrey Plonk --
Appendix 1. Cyber security norms proposed by Microsoft.
Responsibility: Anna-Maria Osula and Henry Rõigas (eds.).

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Recent cyber security related discussions in international forums indicate 'cyber norms' or cyber 'norms of behaviour' as the most suitable vehicles for guiding states' behaviour in cyberspace. The main goals for agreeing on norms are believed to include increased predictability, trust and stability in the use of ICTs, hopefully steering states clear of possible coflict due to misunderstandings. Additionally, norms are seen as guiding principles for shaping domestic and foreign policy as well as a basis for forging international partnerships. of a series of workshops organised by the NATO CCD COE during 2014- 2015. The aim of the collection of articles is to shed light on the different approaches to 'cyber norms' in various research domains. The articles outline how different disciplines define, prioritise and promote norms, and suggest approaches for developing cyber norms. We hope that the specific angles from which our distinguished authors tackle cyber norms will benefit the research community as well as explain the difficulties related to agreeing on common cyber norms. As our book focuses mainly on international cyber norms that aim to regulate malicious or potentially harmful cyber activities between states, this introductory article paves the way for the following chapters of the book by giving an overview of the main international platforms where the most advanced cyber powers have addressed the subject.

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