Routledge Companion to Global Cyber-Security Strategy

Routledge Companion to Global Cyber-Security Strategy
by:Scott N. Romaniuk and Mary Manjikian
Publisher Finelybook 出版社:Routledge; 1st edition (29 Jan. 2021)
Language 语言:English
pages 页数:656 pages
ISBN-10 书号:0367024233
ISBN-13 书号:9780367024239

Book Description
This companion provides the most comprehensive and up-to-date comparative overview of the cyber-security strategies and doctrines of the major states and actors in Europe, North America, South America, Africa, and Asia.

The volume offers an introduction to each nation’s cyber-security strategy and policy, along with a list of resources in English that may be consulted for those wishing to go into greater depth. Each chapter is written by a leading academic or policy specialist, and contains the following sections:

overview of national cyber-security strategy;
concepts and definitions;
exploration of cyber-security issues as they relate to international law and governance;
critical examinations of cyber partners at home and abroad;
legislative developments and processes;
dimensions of cybercrime and cyberterrorism;
implications of cyber-security policies and strategies.
This book will be of much interest to students and practitioners in the fields of cyber-security, national security, strategic studies, foreign policy, and international relations.
List of figures
List of tables
List of contributors
Foreword:Global cybersecurity in the 21st century • Brig. Gen. Steven J. Spano
Introduction:cybersecurity strategy and policy in a comparative context • Mary Manjikian and Scott N. Romaniuk
Part I:Europe
1 Securing the kingdom’s cyberspace:cybersecurity and cyberintelligence in Spain • Rubén Arcos
2 Albania’s cybersecurity pivot:between Western architectures and great power competition • Alexander Fotescu and Mihai Chihaia
3 Armenian national policy in cyber space:toward a global cybersecurity architecture • Ruben Elamiryan
4 Czech Republic:a new cyber security leader in Central Europe • Lucie Kadlecová and Michaela Semecká
5 Cyber security in the French Republic • Amber Darwish and Scott N. Romaniuk
6 Germany’s cybersecurity strategy:confronting future challenges • Scott N. Romaniuk and Michael Claus
7 Cybersecurity of Poland:legal and organizational framework • Dominika Dziwisz
8 Hungary’s evolving cyber security strategy • Annamária Beláz and Dániel Berzsenyi
9 Romanian cybersecurity efforts:a work in progress • Oana-Elena Brânda
10 Italy’s cyber security architecture and critical infrastructure • Tommaso De Zan, Giampiero Giacomello, and Luigi Martino
11 Dutch cyber security strategy • Joost Bunk and Max Smeets
12 Norwegian cyber security:a small-state approach to building international cyber cooperation 143Lars Gjesvik
13 Seeking a new order for global cybersecurity:the Russian approach to cyber-sovereignty • Ilona Stadnik
14 Slovakia:the Tatra Tiger without teeth • Aaron T. Walter
15 Slovenia:a fragmented cyber security • Laris Gaiser
16 In the line of Russian Ukraine, hybrid warfare, and cybersecurity defense aggression:Ukraine, hybrid warfare, and cybersecurity defense • Olya Zaporozhets and Oleksiy Syvak
17 United Kingdom:pragmatism and adaptability in the cyber realm • Tim Stevens
18 European Union:policy, cohesion, and supranational experiences with cybersecurity • Christopher Whyte
19 Estonia:from the “Bronze Night” to cybersecurity pioneers • Nick Robinson and Alex Hardy
20 NATO’s evolving cyber security policy and strategy • Scott N. Romaniuk, Alexander Fotescu, and Mihai Chihaia
Part II:Asia and Australia
21 Japan’s challenges, capabilities, and preparedness in cyberspace • Tobias Burgers, Scott N. Romaniuk, and Cherry H. Y. Wong
22 An effective shield? Analyzing South Korea’s cybersecurity strategy • Yangmo Ku
23 In the line of fire:Taiwan’s legal, political, and technological cybersecurity posture • Tobias Burgers, Moritz Hellmann, and Scott N. Romaniuk
24 Serving the people:China’s cybersecurity policy and its implications • Yu Cheng Chen, Tony Tai-Ting Liu, and Scott N. Romaniuk
25 Cybersecurity in a one-party state:policies and implications for Vietnam’s economy and online freedom • Phan Le
26 The Philippines’ cybersecurity strategy:strengthening partnerships to enhance cybersecurity capability • Amparo Pamela H. Fabe and Ella Zarcilla-Genecela
27 Malaysia:balancing national development, national security, and cybersecurity policy • Ahmad El-Muhammady
28 Cyber governance and data protection in India:a critical legal analysis • Debarati Halder and K. Jaishankar
29 Cybersecurity:a national priority for Bangladesh • Md. Shariful Islam
30 Managing a digital revolution:cyber security capacity building in Myanmar • Niels Nagelhus Schia and Lars Gjesvik
31 Australia’s cyber security:a unique opportunity • Ana Stuparu
32 Singapore:a leading actor in ASEAN cybersecurity • Benjamin Ang
Part III:The Middle East
33 Between multi-stakeholderism and cyber sovereignty:understanding Turkey’s cybersecurity strategy • Tuba Eldem
34 Israel:cyber defense and security as national trademarks of international legitimacy • Fabio Cristiano
35 Palestine:whose cyber security without cyber sovereignty? • Fabio Cristiano
36 The “Silicon Valley of the Middle East”:cybersecurity, Saudi Arabia, and the path to Vision 2030 • Anwar Ouassini and Kimeu W. Boynton
37 The Islamic Republic of Iran’s cyber security strategy:challenges in anera of cyber uncertainty • Filiz Katman
Part IV:The Americas
38 Canada’s cyber security in a globalized environment:challenges and opportunities • Kawser Ahmed
39 The United States:a declining hegemon in cyberspace? • Mary Manjikian
40 Jamaica’s cybercrime and cyber-security:policies, laws, and strategies • Suzette A. Haughton
41 Mexico and cybersecurity:policies, challenges, and concerns • Saúl Mauricio Rodriguez-Hernandez and Nicolás Velásquez
42 Colombia’s cybersecurity predicament:state making, strategic challenges, and cyberspace • Florent Frasson-Quenoz and César Augusto Niño González
43 Cyber security governance in Brazil:keeping silos or building bridges? • Louise Marie Hurel and Luisa Cruz Lobato
Part V:Africa
44 Securitizing cyberspace in Egypt:the dilemma of cybersecurity and democracy • Bassant Hassib and Nardine Alnemr
45 Security through the Arab Winter:cyber strategies in postrevolutionary Tunisia • Nabil Ouassini
46 Cyber security in Kenya:balancing economic security and internet freedom • James D. Fielder
47 Cybersecurity policy in Nigeria:a tool for national security and economic prosperity • Adewunmi J. Falode
48 Cybersecurity in Ghana:past, present, and future • Anwar Ouassini and Mostafa Amini
49 Building a cyber fortress in Africa:Uganda’s cyber security capacities and challenges • Scott N. Romaniuk and David Andrew Omona
50 Cybersecurity in South Africa:status, governance, and prospects • Raymond Steenkamp Fonseca and Jo-Ansie van Wyk
51 Algorithms of oppression? AU’s cybersecurity policy and its enforcement in Africa • Joshua Oreoluwa Akintayo


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