Global Cyber Deterrence
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Global Cyber Deterrence: Views from China, the U.S., Russia, India, and Norway
Tang Lan, Zhang Xin, Harry D. Raduege, Jr., Dmitry I. Grigoriev, Pavan Duggal and Stein Schjølberg, Global Cyber Deterrence: Views from China, the U.S., Russia, India, and Norway, EastWest Institute (Andrew Nagorski ed. 2010). Web
- Threat and Actors: State, Terrorists
- Issues: Cyberwar, Public Data Networks
- Approaches: International Cooperation, Deterrence
For this policy paper, the EastWest Institute asked top cyber experts in five countries—China, the U.S., Russia, India, and Norway—to present their vision of what is needed to build an effective system of cyber deterrence. It is a first step in the process of building trust on tackling cybersecurity challenges—listening, understanding and probing the views, interests and concerns of key players in the global system.
Additional Notes and Highlights
This paper was presented at EWI’s First Worldwide Cybersecurity Summit in Dallas, whih took place from May 3 to 5, 2010. The summit convened hundreds of international business leaders, technical and policy experts, and national security officials.
Foreword by John Edwin Mroz Can Cyber Deterrence Work? by Tang Lan and Zhang Xin Fighting Weapons of Mass Disruption: Why America Needs a “Cyber Triad” by Harry D. Raduege, Jr., Lieutenant General USAF (Ret.) Russian Priorities and Steps Towards Cybersecurity by Dmitry I. Grigoriev Cyber Deterrence: Legal Perspectives by Pavan Duggal Wanted: A United Nations Cyberspace Treaty by Judge Stein Schjølberg