In, “Conflicting Policy Presumptions about Cybersecurity: Cyber-Prophets, -Priests, -Detectives, and -Designers, and Strategies for a Cybered World,” U.S. Naval War College professor Chris Demchak examines the strategic assumptions of cyberspace and the nature of the cyber threat. Dr. Demchak identifies a set of “cyber communities” and recommends a way ahead to reach consensus on organizing the U.S. government’s response to cyber challenges.
This publication is part of the Atlantic Council’s cyber security project which is generously sponsored by SAIC. Led by the Council’s Program on International Security, the project addresses emerging issues in the cyber security and defense realm, including international cooperation and private-public partnerships.
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