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Babak Akhgar; Simeon Yates
|Description:||xxiv, 316 pages : color illustrations ; 25 cm|
|Contents:||Introduction : strategy formation in the a globalised and networked age : a review of the concept and its definition --
National security strategies and issues --
Securing the state : strategic responses for an interdependent world --
We have met the enemy and they are us : insider threat and its challenge to national security --
An age of asymmetric challenges --
4th generation warfare at sea --
Port and border security --
the first and last line of national security defence --
The public, communication, risk and national security --
Risk communication, risk perception and behaviour as foundations of effective national security practices --
Promoting public resilience against CBRN terrorism --
From local to global : policing and national security --
The role of social media in crisis : a European holistic approach to the adoption of online and mobile communications in crisis response and search and rescue efforts --
Emerging technologies and the human rights challenge of rapidly expanding --
State surveillance capacities --
Technologies, information and knowledge for national security --
User requirements and training needs within security applications : methods for capture and communication --
Exploring the crisis management/knowledge management nexus --
A semantic approach to security policy reasoning --
The Athena project : using formal concept analysis to facilitate the actions of responders in a crisis situation --
Exploiting intelligence for national security --
Re-thinking standardization for interagency information sharing --
Future threats and cyber security --
Securing cyberspace : strategic responses for a digital age --
National cyber defense strategy --
From cyber terrorism to state actors : covert cyber operations --
Cybersecurity countermeasures to combat cyberterrorism --
Developing a model to reduce and/or prevent cyber crime victimization among the user individuals --
|Responsibility:||edited by Babak Akhgar, Simeon Yates.|
"International contributors in computing, communications systems, criminology, and emergency medicine provide a detailed overview for scholars, policy makers, and those in law, security, government,
- Telecommunication -- Security measures.
- National security -- Tecnological innovations -- Government policy.
- Emergency management -- Technological innovations -- Government policy.
- Cyberterrorism -- Prevention -- Technological innovations -- Government policy.
- Information technology -- Management.
- Information technology -- Strategic aspects.
- Knowledge management.