Blog Posts Tagged with "International Law"


Tallinn Manual on International Law Applied to Cyber Warfare

September 06, 2012 Added by:Stefano Mele

The Tallinn Manual pays particular attention to international law governing the use of force as an instrument of national policy and laws regulating the conduct of armed conflict, also labeled the law of war, the law of armed conflict, or international humanitarian law...

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Is an International Cyber Regulatory Agency Needed?

August 30, 2012 Added by:Richard Stiennon

An international treaty and regulatory body will not gain much traction in the military academies and think tanks around the world. Why restrict a nation’s options in war fighting – especially when cyber weapons are inexpensive and could reduce the overall level of force required to achieve an end goal?

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TPP: Don’t Let Them Trade Away Internet Freedom

August 28, 2012 Added by:Electronic Frontier Foundation

The intellectual property (IP) chapter would have negative ramifications for freedom and innovation and second, the process has shut out multi-stakeholder participation and is shrouded in secrecy. The TPP is a threat because it rewrites global rules on IP enforcement and restrict the public domain...

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Cyber Arms Deals and Latin America in the Post-Stuxnet World

August 15, 2012 Added by:Richard Stiennon

The trade of conventional weapons is a multi-billion dollar industry. But when it comes to cyber weapons, developed nations have yet to place limits on what kind of offensive software can be sold. It becomes a necessity to begin some kind of international regulatory system for cyber weapons and the prerequisite expertise...

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Cyber: Boundless Nonsense

July 31, 2012 Added by:Don Eijndhoven

What is neutral behavior in the context of cyber warfare? Are you, as a neutral country obliged to drop all traffic between these two waring nations that crosses your networks? And if you’re not, are you obliged to make sure none of the cyber attacks are originating from compromised systems within your borders?

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On NATO and Cyber Warfare

June 20, 2012 Added by:gaToMaLo r. amores

"Threats are rapidly evolving both in frequency and sophistication. Threats emanating from cyberspace – whether from states, hacktivists or criminal organizations, among many others – pose a considerable challenge to the Alliance and must be dealt with as a matter of urgency"...

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NATO Sponsored CyCon Tackles Cyber Security Issues

June 13, 2012 Added by:Headlines

Attribution is hard because of the nature of attacks, which tend to have several stages and the whole attack is spread over a long period of time. It is of no help either that the Internet is governed by multiple jurisdictions so international cooperation is necessary but often lacking...

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Cybersecurity at the International Level

May 02, 2012 Added by:Headlines

Countries are drafting policies to combat cyber attacks, but what can be done on the multilateral level since the digital world routinely ignores national boundaries? So far, international initiatives are plagued by the lack of frameworks, institutions and procedures...

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Russian Cybercrime: Not Just a Localized Threat

April 25, 2012 Added by:Plagiarist Paganini

The official estimates say that the global cyber crime market was worth $12.5 billion in 2011, and $4,5 billion of the market share is related to the Russian cybercrime market with $2.3 billion taking place in Russia alone. Compared to last year, the problem has doubled...

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Dutch Council on Int'l Affairs' Advice on Digital Warfare

January 22, 2012 Added by:Matthijs R. Koot

In December 2011 the Dutch Advisory Council on International Affairs published an advisory entitled "Digitale Oorlogsvoering" (English: "Digital Warfare") intended for the Dutch government. Below is my translation of the conclusions and recommendations of the advisory...

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