SECURITY IN A POWER DIFFUSE SPACE? A CYBER CASE STUDY

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Media Outlet: Public Diplomacy Magazine

So how can good cyber behavior be encouraged? In the last decade, an increasing number of governments have begun to work cybersecurity into their national security and defense strategies and some have gone so far as to implement separate defense and security strategies for cyberspace. This rise of cybersecurity from low to high politics has brought about new investment in national capacity to respond to threats and vulnerabilities and in developing cyber-offensive and defensive military capabilities. Because of heightened interest and investment at the national level, questions have emerged around the applicability of traditional security concepts, laws, and governance structures to cyberspace.

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Robert Morgus is a policy analyst with New America’s Cybersecurity Initiative, where he researches and writes at the intersection of cybersecurity and international affairs.