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  1. 2007 Malware Report
  2. 2010 Data Breach Investigations Report
  3. 2010 Top Cyber Security Risks Report
  4. A Framework for Linking Cybersecurity Metrics to the Modeling of Macroeconomic Interdependencies
  5. A Model for When Disclosure Helps Security
  6. A Model for When Disclosure Helps Security: What Is Different About Computer and Network Security
  7. A Proposal for an International Convention To Regulate the Use of Information Systems in Armed Conflict
  8. A Roadmap for Cybersecurity Research
  9. A Theory of Disclosure for Security and Competitive Reasons
  10. A Theory of Disclosure for Security and Competitive Reasons: Open Source, Proprietary Software, and Government Systems
  11. About
  12. Actors and Incentives
  13. Adding a Reference
  14. Albert Gonzalez
  15. Amending The ECPA To Enable a Culture of Cybersecurity Research
  16. An Assessment of International Legal Issues in Information Operations
  17. An Economic Analysis of Notification Requirements for Data Security Breaches
  18. An Economic Analysis of the Private and Social Costs of the Provision of Cybersecurity and Other Public Security Goods
  19. An Economic Analysis of the Private and Social Costs of the Provision of Cybersecurity and other Public Security Goods
  20. An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Internet Miscreants
  21. An Introduction to Key Themes in the Economics of Cyber Security
  22. Anonymous
  23. Applicability of the Additional Protocols to Computer Network Attacks
  24. Approaches
  25. Armed Attack in Cyberspace
  26. Article
  27. Attribution
  28. Aurora
  29. Behavioral Economics
  30. Best Practices for Data Protection and Privacy
  31. Beyond Fear
  32. Book
  33. Books
  34. Broad Topics
  35. Cloud Computing
  36. Combatant Status and Computer Network Attack
  37. Communications
  38. Computer Network Attack and the Use of Force in International Law
  39. Computers and War
  40. Continued Efforts are Needed to Protect Information Systems from Evolving Threats
  41. Criminals and Criminal Organizations
  42. Critical Foundations
  43. Critical Infrastructure Protection
  44. Critical Infrastructure Threats and Terrorism
  45. Current Cyber Sector-Specific Planning Approach Needs Reassessment
  46. Cyber-Apocalypse Now
  47. Cyber-Insurance Metrics and Impact on Cyber-Security
  48. Cyber-Insurance Revisited
  49. Cyber Operations
  50. Cyber Power
  51. Cyber Security: A Crisis of Prioritization
  52. Cyber Security Research and Development Agenda
  53. Cyber Security and Politically, Socially and Religiously Motivated Cyber Attacks
  54. Cyber Security and Regulation in the United States
  55. Cyber Terrorism
  56. Cyber Terrorism: A Clear and Present Danger, the Sum of All Fears, Breaking Point or Patriot Games
  57. Cyber Threats and the Law of War
  58. Cyber War
  59. Cyber security and regulation in the United States
  60. Cybercrime
  61. Cyberpower and National Security
  62. Cybersecurity
  63. Cybersecurity, Identity Theft, and the Limits of Tort Liability
  64. Cybersecurity: Current Legislation, Executive Branch Initiatives, and Options for Congress
  65. Cybersecurity: Preventing Terrorist Attacks and Protecting Privacy in Cyberspace
  66. Cybersecurity Annotated Bibliography
  67. Cybersecurity Overview
  68. Cybersecurity and Economic Incentives
  69. Cybersecurity in the Payment Card Industry
  70. Cyberspace Policy Review
  71. Cyberspace and the National Security of the United Kingdom
  72. Cyberwar
  73. Defense Industrial Base Assessment
  74. Deterrence
  75. Direct Participation in Hostilities
  76. Do Data Breach Disclosure Laws Reduce Identity Theft
  77. Does Information Security Attack Frequency Increase With Vulnerability Disclosure
  78. Does Information Security Attack Frequency Increase With Vulnerability Disclosure - An Empirical Analysis
  79. Economics of Cybersecurity
  80. Economics of Information Security
  81. Economics of Malware
  82. Economics of Malware: Security Decisions, Incentives and Externalities
  83. Electricity, Oil and Natural Gas
  84. Emerging Threats to Internet Security
  85. Espionage
  86. Estonia
  87. Estonia Three Years Later
  88. Evolving Cybersecurity Issues in the Utility Industry
  89. Examining the Impact of Website Take-down on Phishing
  90. Experiences and Challenges with Using CERT Data to Analyze International Cyber Security
  91. Federal Plan for Cyber Security and Information Assurance Research and Development
  92. Financial Institutions and Networks
  93. Flame
  94. Four Grand Challenges in Trustworthy Computing
  95. GhostNet
  96. Global Cyber Deterrence
  97. Global Cyber Deterrence Views from China
  98. Glossary
  99. Government Networks (.gov)
  100. Government Organizations
  101. Government Reports and Documents
  102. Government to Government
  103. Groups
  104. Guidelines for adding Bibliography entries
  105. Hacktivists
  106. Hard Problem List
  107. Hardening The Internet
  108. Help
  109. Identity Management
  110. Impact of Software Vulnerability Announcements on the Market Value of Software Vendors
  111. Impact of Software Vulnerability Announcements on the Market Value of Software Vendors - An Empirical Investigation
  112. Incentives
  113. Independent Report
  114. Independent Reports
  115. Industrial
  116. Industry Report
  117. Industry Reports
  118. Information Security
  119. Information Security Governance
  120. Information Sharing/Disclosure
  121. Information Warfare Arms Control
  122. Information Warfare and International Law on the Use of Force
  123. Insider Threat Study
  124. Insurance
  125. International Cooperation
  126. International Law (including Laws of War)
  127. Introduction to Country Reports
  128. Invita
  129. Is Cybersecurity a Public Good
  130. Israeli Trojan Horse
  131. Issues
  132. Journal Article
  133. Keyword Index and Glossary of Core Ideas
  134. Law and War in the Virtual Era
  135. List of Keyword links to copy into reference pages
  136. Main Page
  137. Making the Best Use of Cybersecurity Economic Models
  138. Managing Information Risk and the Economics of Security
  139. Managing Online Security Risks
  140. Market Failure
  141. McAfee Threats Report
  142. Media Perceptions
  143. Metrics
  144. Metrics for Mitigating Cybersecurity Threats to Networks
  145. Military Networks (.mil)
  146. Mission Impact of Foreign Influence on DoD Software
  147. Modeling Cyber-Insurance
  148. Models and Measures for Correlation in Cyber-Insurance
  149. Much Ado About Notification
  150. Much Ado About Notification: Does the Rush to Pass State-Level Data Security Regulations Benefit Consumers
  151. National Cyber Defense Financial Services Workshop Report
  152. National Cyber Leap Year Summit 2009, Co-Chairs' Report
  153. Non-U.S. Government Report
  154. Non-US Government Reports and Documents
  155. Nothing Ventured, Nothing Gained
  156. Notification of Data Security Breaches
  157. Nuclear Security
  158. Olympic Games
  159. Overcoming Impediments to Information Sharing
  160. Overview
  161. Overview of International Law and Institutions
  162. Page for Draft Bibliographic Entries
  163. Perspectives for Cyber Strategists on Law for Cyberwar
  164. Pricing Security
  165. Privacy
  166. Private Critical Infrastructure
  167. Private Efforts/Organizations
  168. Private Versus Social Incentives in Cybersecurity: Law and Economics
  169. Psychology and Politics
  170. Public-Private Cooperation
  171. Public/Private Cooperation
  172. Public Critical Infrastructure
  173. Public Data Networks
  174. Regulation/Liability
  175. Report of the Defense Science Board Task Force on Mission Impact of Foreign Influence on DoD Software
  176. Research Agenda for the Banking and Finance Sector
  177. Resource by Type
  178. Risk Management and Investment
  179. Roadmap to Secure Control Systems in the Energy Sector
  180. SP 800-82: Guide to Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) and Industrial Control Systems Security
  181. Schneier on Security
  182. Securing Cyberspace for the 44th Presidency
  183. Security Components of Classic Cyberissues (e.g. IP)
  184. Security Economics and the Internal Market
  185. Security Engineering
  186. Security Targets
  187. Solving the Dilemma of State Responses to Cyberattacks
  188. Sort Test Page
  189. States
  190. Strategy for Homeland Defense and Civil Support
  191. Submitting Feedback
  192. Suggested References to Add to Wiki
  193. Supply Chain Issues
  194. Symantec Global Internet Security Threat Report
  195. System Reliability and Free Riding
  196. TJX Financial Data Thefts
  197. Table Template Page
  198. Table of Contents
  199. Technology
  200. Telephone
  201. TemplateForSources
  202. Terrorist Capabilities for Cyberattack
  203. Terrorists
  204. Th3j35t3r
  205. The Comprehensive National Cybersecurity Initiative
  206. The Consequence of Non-Cooperation in the Fight Against Phishing
  207. The Cyber War Threat Has Been Grossly Exaggerated
  208. The Economics of Information Security
  209. The Economics of Online Crime
  210. The Evolving Landscape of Maritime Cybersecurity
  211. The Future of the Internet and How To Stop It
  212. The Government and Cybersecurity
  213. The Impact of Incentives on Notice and Take-down
  214. The Information Technology Supply Chain
  215. The Law and Economics of Cybersecurity
  216. The Law and Economics of Cybersecurity: An Introduction
  217. The Market Consequences of Cybersecurity
  218. The National Strategy for the Physical Protection of Critical Infrastructures and Key Assets
  219. The National Strategy to Secure Cyberspace
  220. The Need for a National Cybersecurity Research and Development Agenda
  221. The Price of Restricting Vulnerability Publications
  222. The Threat and Skeptics
  223. The Underground Economy
  224. Threats and Actors
  225. Toward a Safer and More Secure Cyberspace
  226. Towards a Cyberspace Legal Regime in the Twenty-First Century
  227. Transportation
  228. Trend Micro Annual Report
  229. TrialMainPage
  230. Trust in Cyberspace
  231. U.S. Government Hearing
  232. U.S. Government Report
  233. US Government Hearings
  234. US Government Reports and Documents
  235. Usability/Human Factors
  236. Water, Sewer, etc.
  237. Why Information Security is Hard
  238. Why States Need an International Law for Information Operations
  239. Wired Warfare
  240. Wired Warfare: Computer Network Attack and Jus in Bello
  241. World War 3.0: Ten Critical Trends for Cybersecurity

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