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Georgetown Journal of International Affairs

gj124. International Engagement on Cyber: Establishing International Norms and Improved Cybersecurity

      Special Issue 2011

Latest Issue The Executive Branch faces numerous complex challenges in a variety of domestic and international arenas. Strengthening our information security posture is certainly one of them, and the Administration must take a bold approach to accomplishing this end. The author presents a unique strategy for strengthening cybersecurity, recommending that the Executive Branch should call upon three independent regulatory agencies – the SEC, FCC, and FTC – to support our information infrastructure and protect American enterprise.

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  • gj12401. Introduction: Strengthening the Norms of State Responsibility
       Lotrionte, Catherine

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  • gj12402. Five Features of Cyber Conflict and Cooperation
       Healey, Jason

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  • gj12403. Stuxnet Enigma
       Lachow, Irving

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  • gj12404. Responding to Sub-Threshold Cyber Intrusions
       Lin, Herb

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  • gj12405. Cyber Security: An Integrated Governmental Strategy for Progress
       Kramer, Franklin

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  • gj12406. Criminal Public-Private Partnerships
       Plesco, Ron and Phyllis Schneck

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  • gj12407. Counterinsurgency in Cyberspace
       Mills, John
    Over the past decade, irrational non-state actors have moved to the forefront of international conflicts and have defied the way that nation-states combat adversaries. Cyber insurgents are no different, and pose a particularly significant threat to both state- and non-state actors because of the cyber domain’s low cost of entry and the the veil of anonymity it provides. The author draws on lessons from military counterinsugency operations and presents a strategy for national security professionals to combat insurgents in cyberspace.
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  • gj12408. Creating the Demand Curve for Cybersecurity
       Hathaway, Melissa
    The Executive Branch faces numerous complex challenges in a variety of domestic and international arenas. Strengthening our information security posture is certainly one of them, and the Administration must take a bold approach to accomplishing this end. The author presents a unique strategy for strengthening cybersecurity, recommending that the Executive Branch should call upon three independent regulatory agencies – the SEC, FCC, and FTC – to support our information infrastructure and protect American enterprise.
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  • gj12409. The Whole of Nation in Cyberpower
       Klimburg, Alexander

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  • gj12410. Civilizing Cyberspace
       Kellermann, Tom

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  • gj12411. China's Cybersecurity Challenges and Foreign Policy
       Fei, Gao

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  • gj12412. Protecting the National Interest in Cyberspace
       Gijsbers, Koen and Matthijs Veenendaal

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  • gj12413. All Done Except the Coding
       Devost, M, and J. Moss, N. Pollard and R. Stratton

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  • gj12414. The Geo-Political Strategy of Russian Investment in Facebook and Other Social Networks
       Carr, Jeffrey

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  • gj12415. Privacy Assurance
       Smart, JC

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