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Russian Cyber Sovereignty: One Step Ahead

... disinformation material and malware. Foreign actors can also steal valuable and protected information. Needless to mention that all of the mentioned types of information can be manipulated and adapted as needed for cyber operations. Pavel Karasev: Cybersecurity and NATO’s Nuclear Capability The final layer consists of the users who shape the cyberspace experience and its nature by communicating with each other, creating and spreading content. The main vulnerability of the users are other manipulative ...

08.09.2020

Cybersecurity and NATO’s Nuclear Capability

... dependence between NATO’s command, control and communication systems (NC3) for its conventional and nuclear capabilities, and the legal consequences of an attack on dual-purpose command and control systems. The crucial issue under consideration is the cybersecurity of command, control, and communication systems of NATO’s nuclear capabilities: more than half of the report’s substantive part focuses on this. In addition to the prominent place and much attention given to this issue, its importance ...

28.08.2020

The U.S. on the Way to Strategic Invulnerability

Washington Hopes to Ensure its Global Military Dominance and National Security Against Virtually All Threats For Russia, the military developments and strategies of the United States recreate those challenges and threats that the USSR associated with President Ronald Reagan’s Strategic Defense Initiative (SDI). Adopted in 1984, the SDI programme involved deploying several echelons of space strike weapons that would intercept and destroy ballistic missiles and their re-entry vehicles in all flight...

10.07.2020

Shrinking Cyber-Universe

... for Defence Studies and Analyses, 2019). In their work, the authors examine the general concept of cyberspace, while extrapolating it to India's cyberspace dimension. Cherian Samuel and Munich Charma: India's strategic options in a changing cyberspace Cybersecurity problems are tightly included in the new agenda of international relations, which stresses the importance of their comprehensive study, now more relevant than ever. The work raises several issues that appear to be important for a modern ...

16.06.2020

Business and the State: Together into the Brave “Cyber World”?

... easier to do business. Third, if single standards and rules are developed, those companies that fail to comply may be held accountable. This is an excellent way to consolidate one’s market standing and undermine competitors. Steve Crown: Microsoft Cybersecurity Initiatives Finally, by calling for government regulations, companies will be able not merely to join the process of drafting rules that suit them, but to take the lead in this, especially since they have the groundwork already laid out....

18.05.2020

Global Tech Companies Counter Online Terrorist Content

Governments demand that global internet platforms step up the fight against extremist and terrorist content One of the most recent trends to appear in internet governance is the tightening of control over online content. And it was China and Russia that set the wheels for this in motion. The trend has extended across the globe – just look at the impressive list of states that supported the Christchurch Call to Action to eradicate terrorist and violent extremist online content. France, the United...

02.04.2020

The World After COVID-19: Does Transparent Mean Healthy?

... partly in Taiwan, where the government has for two decades now been successfully using a system of mass surveillance of the everyday life of its citizens – a system that has received the approval of the people. This system is part of Singapore’s cybersecurity strategy and allows the physical condition of large masses of people to be monitored, thereby preventing diseases from spreading and escalating into epidemics. This, combined with their ability to enforce extremely strict quarantine measures ...

26.03.2020

It’s Hard to Find a Black Cat in a Dark Room, Especially If It Isn’t There. RAND on the Search for Cyber Coercion

What we need is not strategies against cyber coercion, which RAND experts call for, but international frameworks for precluding cyberspace conflicts. What is cyber coercion and how have states used cyber operations to coerce others? These are the questions addressed in the RAND think tank's recent report " Fighting Shadows in the Dark. Understanding and Countering Coercion in Cyberspace ". The authors discuss cyber operations conducted by four states — Russia, China, Iran and North Korea...

19.11.2019

Strategic Instability in the Era of Information and Communication Technologies: Crisis or the New Norm?

The possibility that decisions about the use of nuclear weapons will be influenced by information and communication technologies (ICTs) is the most serious threat that exists today. Strategic stability is once again becoming a primary concern in international relations. The topic has received a great deal of attention of late, mainly because of the steady erosion of the reduction and limitation regime: the United States has now withdrawn from both the Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty (ABM Treaty)...

07.11.2019

Microsoft Cybersecurity Initiatives

Interview with Steve Crown, Vice President and Deputy General Counsel at Microsoft Today cybersecurity is a major concern for both governments and technology companies and spans domestic and international engagement. Microsoft has been vocal on the challenges in this space and has put forward several proposals. These include the Digital Geneva ...

06.11.2019
 

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    U.S. wants to establish partnership relations with Russia on condition that it meets the U.S. requirements  
     33 (31%)
    U.S. wants to deter Russia’s military and political activity  
     30 (28%)
    U.S. wants to dissolve Russia  
     24 (22%)
    U.S. wants to establish alliance relations with Russia under the US conditions to rival China  
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