By A. Lowther

ISBN-10: 1137289813

ISBN-13: 9781137289810

ISBN-10: 1349450294

ISBN-13: 9781349450299

This quantity strikes past chilly struggle deterrence thought to teach the numerous ways that deterrence is acceptable to modern safety: in house, in our on-line world, and opposed to non-state actors. It additionally examines the position of nuclear deterrence within the twenty-first century and reaches incredible conclusions.

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If the network or key services are not available, whether because of an attack, accident, or self-induced maintenance action, the response to such events should not be to send people home until the “IT guys” can figure out workarounds at the local level. The ability to fight through such events is critical. While there may not be a direct one-to-one comparison between ORC and ORS functionality, an ORC office can still be modeled on similar principles. It could still have the same three-tier focus, but instead of being directly involved in recovery and reconstitution efforts, the ORC office would be a focal point for coordinating and encouraging activities and providing guidance throughout government and our national critical infrastructure sectors.

Summary and Conclusion A fundamental element of defensive strategy, deterrence has been the foundation of US military strategy for decades. With cyberspace now recognized as both an enabling domain, as well as a warfighting domain in its own right, it is understandable how warfighters and policy makers wish to extend deterrence concepts to cyberspace. Going forward, we must recognize that deterrence models will be unique for every domain, including cyberspace. Much of the current theory and approach has been built within the context of nuclear deterrence.

Marine Corps Doctrinal Publication 1, Warfighting, 1997. 24. The White House, “Cyberspace Policy Review: Assuring a Trusted and Resilient Information and Communications Infrastructure,” 2009. 25. Ibid. 26. Ibid. Chapter 3 Does the United States Need a New Model for Cyber Deterrence? Kamaal T. Jabbour and E. Paul Ratazzi History teaches that wars begin when governments believe the price of aggression is cheap. —President Ronald Reagan, Address to the Nation, January 16, 1984 Introduction to Cyberspace Joint Publication 1–02, Department of Defense (DoD) Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms,1 defines Cyberspace as a global domain within the information environment consisting of the interdependent networks of information technology infrastructures, including the Internet, telecommunications networks, computer systems, and embedded processors and controllers, and Cyberspace operations as the employment of cyber capabilities where the primary purpose is to achieve military objectives or effects in or through cyberspace.

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