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Defending cyberspace, and other metaphors
|Statement||Martin C. Libicki|
|Contributions||National Defense University. Center for Advanced Concepts and Technology|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||110|
Oct 11, · Part of the Digital Ethics Lab Yearbook book series (DELY) Abstract. In this chapter, I analyse deterrence theory and argue that its applicability to cyberspace is limited and that these limits are not trivial. Defending cyberspace and other metaphors. Washington, DC: National Defense Univ/National Strategic Studies. Google Scholar. Libicki Cited by: 1. It's not a big truck: examining cyber metaphors. Link/Page Citation Former Senator Ted Stevens became the butt of many late night talk show jokes and achieved YouTube immortality in June of when he said the Internet is "not a big truck. Inspired in equal measure by George Lakoff and Mark Johnson's book Metaphors We Live By and the.
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ISSN X Minerva - An Internet Journal of Philosophy 5 (): – Rebecca Bryant What Kind of Space is Cyberspace?1 Rebecca Bryant Space n. the three-dimensional medium in which all physical things exist. (Chambers Pocket Dictionary, )Abstract With the advent and growth of electronic communication, the word “cyberspace” has entered into. Defending Cyberspace and Other Metaphors (Martin Libicki, National Defense University, NDUPress Book, February ) Conflict has classically been modeled by orthogonal lines of defense and attack. Today’s asymmetric warfare is about points, blots, and gated fences, topological forms with particular applicability to information warfare.
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[Martin C Libicki; National Defense University. Center for Advanced Concepts and Technology.] -- Information warfare, as any casual observer of the Pentagon can attest, remains a hot-button topic in the military community.
Broader claims for it have been toned down, and few now argue that all. Defending Cyberspace and Other Metaphors Paperback – December 16, by Martin C. Libicki (Author) › Visit Amazon's Martin C. Libicki Page.
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by William Gibson 1. Defending Cyberspace and Other Metaphors by Martin C. Libicki 2. Masters of Deception: The Gang That Ruled Cyberspace by Michele Slatalla 3. The Parent's Guide to Protecting Your. Martin Libicki, is a senior management scientist at RAND who focuses on security impacts of information technology.
His portfolio includes many cyberspace-related works; Defending Cyberspace and Other Metaphors (), written during his 12 years at the National Defense University, contains essays that foreshadow the findings of this book. Defending Cyberspace, and Other Metaphors. National Defense University Press.
Martin C. Libicki. Conquest in Cyberspace: National Security and Information Warfare. Cambridge University Press. A search query can be a title of the book, a name of the author, ISBN or anything else. Defending Cyberspace and Other Metaphors (NDU Press, ).
An early version of essay one appeared in Al Campen et al, Cyberwar (AFCEA Press, ), An early version of essay two appeared in Winn Schwartau, Information Warfare (Thunder's Mouth Press, ). An expanded version of essay three (with Dan Kuehl) published in the June Read this book on Questia.
Nhan studies the policing of cybercrime in California. First-hand data is drawn from front-line cybercops (California's network of high-tech crimes task forces), the MPAA and motion picture studios, and high-tech companies, to explore structural, cultural, and various criminal justice issues in policing cyberspace.
Defending Cyberspace and Other Metaphors Martin C Libicki Häftad. Conquest in Cyberspace This book is truly a modern classic on the topic of cyberspace." - Air & Space Power Journal. Bloggat om Cyberspace in Peace and War Övrig information. Martin C. Libicki is the author of Cyberdeterrence and Cyberwar ( avg rating, 63 ratings, 5 reviews, published ), Conquest in Cyberspace ( av /5.
and related Cold War strategic heuristics extensively in their book Cyber War: The Next “Postcards from the Immune System,” in Defending Cyberspace and Other Metaphors (Washington, DC: National Defense University, ), ANALOGIZING DETERRENCE AND DEFENSE ACROSS BIOLOGICAL AND CYBER SECURITY.
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job at describing the threats and how to counter them, such as Edward Waltz’ book Information Warfare: Principles and Operations, Gregory Rattray’s Strategic Warfare in Cyberspace, or Martin C.
Libicki’s Defending Cyberspace and Other Metaphors. Some writings even go so far as to detail policy the writer thinks should be adopted; but theAuthor: Joseph M. Elbaum. In the mnemonic Cyberspace is a Parallel World I have listed only a few of many possible sentences.
From these few metaphors other subordinate domains are readily apparent, such as Cyber Tools are Virtual Tools, as exemplified by the list of draw program tools; lasso, marque, wand, eraser, hand, mask.
War and ethics in cyberspace: Cyber-conflict and just war theory. Cyber world phenomena are addressed in more detail in other chapters of this book. Defending Cyberspace and Other Metaphors. Defense Department Cyber Efforts: More Detailed Guidance Needed to Ensure Military Services Develop Appropriate Cyberspace Capabilities Article · May with 14 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
9 Books with Metaphorical Maladies. by Ceridwen Christensen / February 16, at pm It follows a group of nobles who’ve fled the city, telling each other stories to pass the time while the city dies.
The epidemic divides families and sows dissent, and likewise the book itself provokes extreme reactions. The stricken parents of Author: Ceridwen Christensen. Understanding cyberspace is key to defending against digital attacks he had gained access to all the names and other information on the phone’s address book.
He had found a way to strip. Perhaps there are other metaphors we could use instead, metaphors that might shine a speaking, a book is actually just a ounce stack of paper with ink on it. And yet, the metaphorical description tells often talk about “defending the borders of cyberspace.” That is a natural conclusion to make, given the imagery involved.
Places.Jun 22, · Computer networks have the potential to place very great power in the hands of a very few. Under this scenario, cyberspace resembles George Orwell's much more than a wild west frontier. To describe this other potential effect of computer networks, I would set aside the cyberspace metaphor and pose another metaphor: the cyberfiber.Defending cyberspace, and other metaphors [microform] / Martin C.
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