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Cyber policy: institutional struggle in a transformed world Global leadership in cybersecurity: can the U.S. provide it? Government and private sector roles in providing information security in the U.S. financial services industry The shared domain: the cybersecurity governance imperative Cyber relationships in the United States government Cyberspace is not a warfighting domain Thoughts on threat assessment in cyberspace Applying international environmental legal norms to cyber statecraft Making good cybersecurity law and policy: how can we get tasty sausage? Cybersecurity: ideas whose time has not come and shouldn't Cybersecurity policy as if "ordinary citizens" mattered: the case for public participation in cyber policy making.
K564.C6 C935 2013
Durham, North Carolina : Carolina Academic Press,