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フランスの情報セキュリティ

Cybersecurity in France

(Springerbriefs in Cybersecurity)

Baumard, Philippe

Springer 2017/05
126 p. 23 cm   
装丁: Pap   
版表示など: soft    装丁について
テキストの言語: ENG    出版国: DE
ISBN: 9783319543062
KCN: 1027852723
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DDC: 344
KDC: D152 情報・コンピュータと法
F891 セキュリティ一般
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This Brief presents the overarching framework in which each nation is developing its own cyber-security policy, and the unique position adopted by France.

Full Description

This Brief presents the overarching framework in which each nation is developing its own cyber-security policy, and the unique position adopted by France. Modern informational crises have penetrated most societal arenas, from healthcare, politics, economics to the conduct of business and welfare. Witnessing a convergence between information warfare and the use of "fake news", info-destabilization, cognitive warfare and cyberwar, this book brings a unique perspective on modern cyberwarfare campaigns, escalation and de-escalation of cyber-conflicts. As organizations are more and more dependent on information for the continuity and stability of their operations, they also become more vulnerable to cyber-destabilization, either genuine, or deliberate for the purpose of gaining geopolitical advantage, waging wars, conducting intellectual theft and a wide range of crimes. Subsequently, the regulation of cyberspace has grown into an international effort where public, private and sovereign interests often collide. By analyzing the particular case of France national strategy and capabilities, the authors investigate the difficulty of obtaining a global agreement on the regulation of cyber-warfare. A review of the motives for disagreement between parties suggests that the current regulation framework is not adapted to the current technological change in the cybersecurity domain. This book suggests a paradigm shift in handling and anchoring cyber-regulation into a new realm of behavioral and cognitive sciences, and their application to machine learning and cyber-defense.

Table of Contents

Introduction.- A Brief History of Hacking and Cyberdefense.- The Determinants of a National Cyber-strategy.- National Cyberdoctrines: Forthcoming Strategic Shifts.- Conclusion