Russian cyber operations: coding the boundaries of conflict

Russia has deployed cyber operations to interfere in foreign elections, launch disinformation campaigns, and cripple neighboring states - all while maintaining a thin veneer of deniability and avoiding strikes that cross the line into acts of war. How should a targeted nation respond? In Russian Cyb...

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Main Author: Jasper, Scott (Author)
Other Authors: Alexander, Keith (Writer of preface)
Format: Print Book
Language:English
Published: Washington, DC Georgetown University Press 2020
Online Access: Inhaltsverzeichnis (Aggregator)
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UB: Bestellt 10/2020
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Summary:Russia has deployed cyber operations to interfere in foreign elections, launch disinformation campaigns, and cripple neighboring states - all while maintaining a thin veneer of deniability and avoiding strikes that cross the line into acts of war. How should a targeted nation respond? In Russian Cyber Operations, Scott Jasper dives into the legal and technical maneuvers of Russian cyber strategies, proposing that nations develop solutions for resilience to withstand future attacks. Jasper examines the place of cyber operations within Russia's asymmetric arsenal and its use of hybrid and information warfare, considering examples from recent French and US presidential elections and the 2017 NotPetya mock ransomware attack, among others. Jasper shows the international effort to counter these operations through sanctions and indictments has done little to alter Moscow's behavior and instead proposes that nations use data correlation technologies in an integrated security platform to establish a more resilient defense.
Item Description:Literaturangaben, Register
Physical Description:xvi, 214 Seiten Diagramme, Karten
ISBN:9781626167971
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