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Cyber Attacks and the Law of War By Michael Gervais
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This article discuss Cyber Attacks and the law of war. Part I discusses the architecture of cyberspace and how it operates. Part II examines the framework of international humanitarian law and its... More > application to cyber warfare. Ultimately, I contend, the international instruments in place do not answer all the relevant questions that cyber attacks generate. Indeed, they cannot even answer all the questions surrounding the forms of warfare that they were created to govern. However, these international instruments are helpful in determining how cyber attacks ought to be understood under the existing jus ad bellum (use of war) and jus in bello (wartime conduct) frameworks.< Less
Cyber Styletto By Gian DeTorre and Mike Brennan
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Super hacker Yvonne Tran, part of a secret government agency called CyberCom, is brought in to investigate a malicious network attack that caused the deaths of eight innocent people. She and her team... More > follow the trail to Hong Kong and Afghanistan, and they must pinpoint the source before the next attack, which has the potential to kill hundreds of US citizens.< Less
The Cyber Revelation By R. Jackson Abbott
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The next world war begins over the Internet. By early summer 2011, Ali Omar, a former U.S. intelligence officer, resurfaces as the leader of a rogue cabal of computer experts operating inside... More > Chechnya. Their creation, The Third Millennium, a computer virus designed to manipulate the Internet and shape a new world destiny, is usurped by a malevolent presence initiating the assault on the Holy Land foretold in biblical prophecies. Unsealing the ancient prophecies, the presence molds the behavior of all who view a computer screen into evil incarnate through the commission of acts of violence. John Granger, a computer forensic specialist with Homeland Security, races against time to locate and eliminate the source of the virus tracing its footprints by deciphering a series of messages deposited on compromised government computers. As he investigates the scenes of the victims of the new cyber-evil, Granger is unaware he has made himself a target for assassination.< Less
The Cyber Revelation By R. Jackson Abbott
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The next world war begins over the Internet. By early summer 2011, Ali Omar, a former U.S. intelligence officer, resurfaces as the leader of a rogue cabal of computer experts operating inside... More > Chechnya. Their creation, The Third Millennium, a computer virus designed to manipulate the Internet and shape a new world destiny, is usurped by a malevolent presence initiating the assault on the Holy Land foretold in biblical prophecies. Unsealing the ancient prophecies, the presence molds the behavior of all who view a computer screen into evil incarnate through the commission of acts of violence. John Granger, a computer forensic specialist with Homeland Security, races against time to locate and eliminate the source of the virus tracing its footprints by deciphering a series of messages deposited on compromised government computers. As he investigates the scenes of the victims of the new cyber-evil, Granger is unaware he has made himself a target for assassination.< Less
The Cyber Revelation By R. Jackson Abbott
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The next world war begins over the Internet. By early summer 2011, Ali Omar, a former U.S. intelligence officer, resurfaces as the leader of a rogue cabal of computer experts operating inside... More > Chechnya. Their creation, The Third Millennium, a computer virus designed to manipulate the Internet and shape a new world destiny, is usurped by a malevolent presence initiating the assault on the Holy Land foretold in biblical prophecies. Unsealing the ancient prophecies, the presence molds the behavior of all who view a computer screen into evil incarnate through the commission of acts of violence. John Granger, computer forensics expert and special assistant to the Department of Homeland Security, races against time to locate and eliminate the source of the virus tracing its footprints by deciphering a series of messages deposited on compromised government computers. As he investigates the scenes of the victims of the new cyber-evil, Granger is unaware he has made himself a target for assassination.< Less
Cyber Messiah By Duane Fisher
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On a strange station in a sector he had never been to before, Fnord was on the run. He had no idea that he was about to meet a teenage gladiator, a pre pubescent hacker and the most sarcastic robot... More > (ghost) in the galaxy. With the promise of death, capture and war the unlikely team must make their way to Earth. While they are doing so they might want to find out why, and lets not forget that the empire, an evil corporation and every pirate in ten sectors will be searching for them. If only Fnord had friends who could help him out, oh wait a minuet, that’s how this whole mess started in the first place! With thrills spills and all the other things they usually say about this kind of story, Cyber Messiah promises to leave you with a feeling of obscure happiness that you just can’t explain. Although how a book made from paper can make a promise is quite beyond me. Last time I checked books were not sentient. Enjoy :-)< Less
Cyber Messiah By Duane Fisher
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On a strange station in a sector he had never been to before, Fnord was on the run. He had no idea that he was about to meet a teenage gladiator, a pre pubescent hacker and the most sarcastic robot... More > (ghost) in the galaxy. With the promise of death, capture and war the unlikely team must make their way to Earth. While they are doing so they might want to find out why, and lets not forget that the empire, an evil corporation and every pirate in ten sectors will be searching for them. If only Fnord had friends who could help him out, oh wait a minuet, that’s how this whole mess started in the first place! With thrills spills and all the other things they usually say about this kind of story, Cyber Messiah promises to leave you with a feeling of obscure happiness that you just can’t explain. Although how a book made from paper can make a promise is quite beyond me. Last time I checked books were not sentient. Enjoy :-)< Less
Cyber Pathways By Science Fiction and Fantasy Short Stories
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Below are three intriguing tasters of seventeen fascinating and spell-binding stories written by various authors from Europe and the USA: TIME BOMBSHELL: It’s the year 2030. Together with his... More > girlfriend, Iris, Anton Nadin escapes from an horrific situation by transporting their minds – but not their bodies – back in time by fifty years. But when they rendezvous in the centre of a far different London, Anton finds he has exchanged one nightmare for another. QOHELETH: Q sees numbers everywhere. He can't escape them. How can he live his life when his world is filled with countdowns to death? LAUNCH OF THE SPACESHIP ARCTURUS: When the Chaos Wars threaten to bring the end of life on Earth, brilliant programmer Loc Phuket and his team battle ruthless Luddite forces to arrive at the secret jungle launch station of the Spaceship Arcturus. There, Loc's team of humans, avatars and artificial intelligences successfully launch Arcturus on a voyage to the edge of the universe to assure the future of humankind.< Less
Cyber Defense: An International View By Keir Giles et al.
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Because of the seamlessly international nature of the Internet, effective cyber security demands close cooperation with allies and friends overseas. Yet, because of the relatively young status of the... More > discipline, national approaches to organizing and providing for cyber defense vary widely even among those countries whose interests are most closely aligned with those of the United States. The result is that the bodies and structures responsible for cyber defense, and their affiliations and mandates, can be difficult to understand. In this Letort Paper, British cyber policy researcher Keir Giles and German computer security specialist Kim Hartmann provide an overview of four different national approaches to cyber defense: those of Norway, Estonia, Germany, and Sweden. While providing a useful guide for engagement with the relevant governmental and other organizations in each of these countries, the Paper also compares and contrasts the advantages and drawbacks of each national approach.< Less
Cyber Infrastructure Protection [Enlarged Edition] By Tarek Saadawi et al.
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This book provides an integrated view and a comprehensive framework of the various issues relating to cyber infrastructure protection. It provides the foundation for a long-term policy and roadmap... More > for cyber security as well as technology challenges. The book is divided into three main parts. The first part deals with strategy and policy issues related to cyber security. It provides a cyber power theory, discussion of Internet survivability as well as large scale data breaches and the role of cyber power in humanitarian assistance. The second part covers social and legal aspects and discusses the attack dynamics of political and religiously motivated hackers. The third part discusses the technical aspects including the resilience of data centers, intrusion detection, and with strong focus on IP-networks.< Less