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The Resource Cyberthreats and international law, Georg Kerschischnig

Cyberthreats and international law, Georg Kerschischnig

Label
Cyberthreats and international law
Title
Cyberthreats and international law
Statement of responsibility
Georg Kerschischnig
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
BTCTA
Index
index present
LC call number
KZ7225.C93
LC item number
K47 2012
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Label
Cyberthreats and international law, Georg Kerschischnig
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 313-357) and index
Contents
Understanding cyberthreats -- Cyberthreats and critical infrastructure -- The scope of cyberthreats for the purposes of this book -- Myth or reality? Case studies of reported cyberincidents -- Strategic reflections on cyberintrusions -- A challenge for international law -- Outlining cyberwar -- The contemporary jus ad bellum -- Cyberwar and the jus ad bellam -- Cyberespionage in the jus ad bellum -- Cyberwar and the jus in bello -- Cyberespionage in the jus in bello -- Cyberterrorism -- Hacktivism and Webtivism -- Human rights aspects -- New instruments to tackle cyberterrorism? -- Possible bases of jurisdiction -- Applying traditional principles to cyberspace -- Enforcement -- Cyberspace as international space -- Jurisdictional responses to cyberintrusions -- Summary of research results -- Recommendations to the international community
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
xix, 365 p.
Isbn
9789490947644
Lccn
2012471404
System control number
  • (OCoLC)820481022
  • (OCoLC)795177609
Label
Cyberthreats and international law, Georg Kerschischnig
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 313-357) and index
Contents
Understanding cyberthreats -- Cyberthreats and critical infrastructure -- The scope of cyberthreats for the purposes of this book -- Myth or reality? Case studies of reported cyberincidents -- Strategic reflections on cyberintrusions -- A challenge for international law -- Outlining cyberwar -- The contemporary jus ad bellum -- Cyberwar and the jus ad bellam -- Cyberespionage in the jus ad bellum -- Cyberwar and the jus in bello -- Cyberespionage in the jus in bello -- Cyberterrorism -- Hacktivism and Webtivism -- Human rights aspects -- New instruments to tackle cyberterrorism? -- Possible bases of jurisdiction -- Applying traditional principles to cyberspace -- Enforcement -- Cyberspace as international space -- Jurisdictional responses to cyberintrusions -- Summary of research results -- Recommendations to the international community
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
xix, 365 p.
Isbn
9789490947644
Lccn
2012471404
System control number
  • (OCoLC)820481022
  • (OCoLC)795177609

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