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This book presents a framework to reconceptualize internet governance and better manage cyber attacks. It examines the potential of polycentric regulation to increase accountability through bottom-up action. It also provides a synthesis of the current state of cybersecurity research, bringing features of cyber attacks to light and comparing and contrasting the threat to all relevant stakeholders. Throughout the book, cybersecurity is treated holistically, covering issues in law, science, economics and politics. This interdisciplinary approach is an exemplar of how strategies from different disciplines as well as the private and public sectors may cross-pollinate to enhance cybersecurity. Case studies and examples illustrate what is at stake and identify best practices. The book discusses technical issues of Internet governance and cybersecurity while presenting the material in an informal, straightforward manner. The book is designed to inform readers about the interplay of Internet governance and cybersecurity and the potential of polycentric regulation to help foster cyber peace.
Brad Wheeler - Vice President for IT and CIO, Indiana University
Michael Schmitt - Director, Stockton Center for the Study of International Law, Naval War College, and Director, Tallinn Manual and Tallinn 2.0 projects
Richard A. Clarke - former National Coordinator for Security, Infrastructure Protection, and Counter-terrorism for the United States, and author of Cyber War: The Next Threat to National Security and What to Do About It
Paul Rosenzweig - Georgetown Professor and former Deputy Assistant Secretary for Policy, Department of Homeland Security
Dr Hamadoun I. Touré - Secretary-General, International Telecommunication Union (from the Foreword)
Sean Watts - Creighton University School of Law, and co-author of the Tallinn Manual on the International Law Applicable to Cyber Warfare
Mary Ellen O'Connell - Robert and Marion Short Professor of Law, University of Notre Dame
Don Howard - Director, Reilly Center for Science, Technology, and Values, University of Notre Dame
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