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Information Warfare By Daniel Ventre

Information Warfare by Daniel Ventre

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Summary

This book introduces policy, government, and security professionals to the concept of "information warfare," covering its evolution over the last decade and its developments among such economic and political giants as China, Russia, Japan, India, and Singapore.

Information Warfare Summary

Information Warfare by Daniel Ventre

This book introduces policy, government, and security professionals to the concept of "information warfare," covering its evolution over the last decade and its developments among such economic and political giants as China, Russia, Japan, India, and Singapore. The text describes various conceptions of information warfare, along with how they function in military, diplomatic, political, and economic contexts. Recent notable cyber attacks are analyzed, the challenges faced by countries who fail to secure their cyberspace (Japan, the US, etc.) are enumerated, and ways to distinguish between cybercrime, cyberwarfare, and cyberterrrorism are discussed.

About Daniel Ventre

Daniel Ventre is an engineer for CNRS, a researcher for CESDIP, and in charge of courses at the ESSEC Business School. He is the author of a number of articles and works, in France and abroad, on the themes of cyberwar, information warfare, cyberconflict, cybersecurity and cyberdefense.

Table of Contents

Abbreviations xi Introduction xvii Chapter 1 The United States 1 1.1 Information warfare in the 1990s 1 1.2 Information warfare in the 2000s 19 1.3 Other important concepts and reflections 23 1.4 Loss of information control 44 1.5 American concerns 50 Chapter 2 China 53 2.1 The concept of "information warfare": a genesis 54 2.2 The American perspective on Chinese information warfare, modernization and informatization of the PLA 71 2.3 Relations between Beijing and Taipei 102 Chapter 3 India 109 3.1 Entry into information society 109 3.2 Information warfare: development and adoption of the doctrine 112 3.3 Understanding attacks against Indian cyberspace 124 3.4 Indian hackers 132 Chapter 4 Japan 133 4.1 Japanese cyberspace flaws 133 4.2 The challenges of cyberspace security 146 4.3 Information warfare: a specific Japanese approach? 150 Chapter 5 Russia 155 5.1 Estonia--Russia: information warfare? 155 5.2 Doctrines and components of the "information warfare" concept 161 5.3 Potential players of information warfare 171 5.4 The Russia--Georgia conflict: new information warfare? 173 Chapter 6 Singapore 191 6.1 Regional and global economic ambition 191 6.2 Challenges to security 193 6.3 Cyberspace and national security 194 6.4 Singapore armed forces in the information age 200 6.5 Players in information warfare 202 6.6 International cooperation and cyberspace protection 205 Chapter 7 Identifying Aggressors and Acts of Aggression 209 7.1 Statistical data 214 7.2 Attacks against personal information and information warfare 224 7.3 Classification of CNA type aggressions 241 7.4 The players in CNA type aggressions 244 7.5 One weapon amongst others: the virus 250 7.6 Understanding the possible strategies of attackers 252 Chapter 8 An Information Warfare Law? 279 8.1 Warfare and the law 280 8.2 Engaging in and conducting a war 281 8.3 Protecting combatants and non combatants 282 8.4 The challenges of information warfare for international law 284 Conclusion 287 Bibliography 293 Index 301

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GOR010410308
Information Warfare by Daniel Ventre
Used - Very Good
Hardback
ISTE Ltd and John Wiley & Sons Inc
2008-11-27
320
1848210949
9781848210943
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