Book Volume 124 2017

Ethics and Policies for Cyber Operations

A NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence Initiative

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ISBN: 978-3-319-45299-9 (Print) 978-3-319-45300-2 (Online)

Table of contents (13 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xvii

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    Pages 1-16

    Deterrence and the Ethics of Cyber Conflict

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    Pages 17-32

    Blind Justice? The Role of Distinction in Electronic Attacks

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    Pages 33-48

    Challenges of Civilian Distinction in Cyberwarfare

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    Pages 49-66

    Towards a Richer Account of Cyberharm: The Value of Self-Determination in the Context of Cyberwarfare

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    Pages 67-86

    Just Information Warfare

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    Pages 87-98

    Regulating Cyber Operations Through International Law: In, Out or Against the Box?

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    Pages 99-114

    Military Objectives in Cyber Warfare

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    Pages 115-137

    Defining Cybersecurity Due Diligence Under International Law: Lessons from the Private Sector

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    Pages 139-167

    Cyber Warfare and Organised Crime. A Regulatory Model and Meta-Model for Open Source Intelligence (OSINT)

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    Pages 169-185

    A Model to Facilitate Discussions About Cyber Attacks

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    Pages 187-212

    Strategies of Cyber Crisis Management: Lessons from the Approaches of Estonia and the United Kingdom

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    Pages 213-229

    Lessons from Stuxnet and the Realm of Cyber and Nuclear Security: Implications for Ethics in Cyber Warfare

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    Pages 231-241

    NATO CCD COE Workshop on ‘Ethics and Policies for Cyber Warfare’ – A Report

  15. Back Matter

    Pages 243-252