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Cyber Warfare
How Conflicts in Cyberspace Are Challenging America and Changing the World
Paul Rosenzweig
978-0-31339-896-4

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Paul Rosenzweig
Paul Rosenzweig is founder of Red Branch Consulting PLLC, a homeland security consulting company, and senior advisor to The Chertoff Group. He formerly served as deputy assistant secretary for policy in the Department of Homeland Security. A distinguished visiting fellow at the Homeland Security Studies and Analysis Institute, Rosenzweig is also professorial lecturer in law at George Washington University, senior editor of the Journal of National Security Law & Policy, and visiting fellow at The Heritage Foundation. His published work includes coauthoring Winning the Long War: Lessons from the Cold War for Defeating Terrorism and Preserving Freedom and coediting One Nation Under Arrest: How Crazy Laws, Rouge Prosecutors, and Activist Judges Threaten Your Liberty. Rosenzweig is a cum laude graduate of the University of Chicago Law School.
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Cyber Warfare

How Conflicts in Cyberspace Are Challenging America and Changing the World

Paul Rosenzweig Paul Rosenzweig


January 2013

Praeger

Series: The Changing Face of War

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The Internet enables limitless sharing of information around the globe, resulting in an effectively near-infinite security threat to governments and organizations as well as to individuals' personal privacy. While estimates vary, it is possible that $1 trillion in theft occurs via cyberspace every year.

This book provides an up-to-date, accessible guide to the growing threats in cyberspace that affects everyone from private individuals to businesses to national governments.

Cyber Warfare: How Conflicts In Cyberspace Are Challenging America and Changing The World is a comprehensive and highly topical one-stop source for cyber conflict issues that provides scholarly treatment of the subject in a readable format. The book provides a level-headed, concrete analytical foundation for thinking about cybersecurity law and policy questions, covering the entire range of cyber issues in the 21st century, including topics such as malicious software, encryption, hardware intrusions, privacy and civil liberties concerns, and other interesting aspects of the problem.

In Part I, the author describes the nature of cyber threats, including the threat of cyber warfare. Part II describes the policies and practices currently in place, while Part III proposes optimal responses to the challenges we face. The work should be considered essential reading for national and homeland security professionals as well as students and lay readers wanting to understand of the scope of our shared cybersecurity problem.

Highlights
• Clarifies the cyber vulnerabilities of the national infrastructure to intrusion, theft, and war-making
• Describes how the Pentagon plans to go to war in cyberspace
• Enables readers to assess the balance between cybersecurity and privacy issues
• Provides readers with an understanding of the challenges of private sector/public sector cooperation
• Explains how cyber conflict is developing on the international stage
Sample Topics
“Borderless” International Internet
America’s Infrastructure
Cyber Conflict and the Constitution
Cyber War and the Law
Cyber-Insurgency and Anonymous
Dataveillance and Cyber Conflict
Economics of Cybersecurity
Encryption and Wiretapping
Hardware Failures
Nations in Cyber Conflict
Privacy and Secrecy
Stuxnet
Viruses and Vulnerabilities
Paul Rosenzweig is founder of Red Branch Consulting PLLC, a homeland security consulting company, and senior advisor to The Chertoff Group. He formerly served as deputy assistant secretary for policy in the Department of Homeland Security. A distinguished visiting fellow at the Homeland Security Studies and Analysis Institute, Rosenzweig is also professorial lecturer in law at George Washington University, senior editor of the Journal of National Security Law & Policy, and visiting fellow at The Heritage Foundation. His published work includes coauthoring Winning the Long War: Lessons from the Cold War for Defeating Terrorism and Preserving Freedom and coediting One Nation Under Arrest: How Crazy Laws, Rouge Prosecutors, and Activist Judges Threaten Your Liberty. Rosenzweig is a cum laude graduate of the University of Chicago Law School.
Endorsements
“Paul was a tremendous resource for the House Intelligence Committee as we crafted our Cyber legislation, and his expertise shows through in this excellent book. His book clearly describes the tangled web of technical, legal, and policy issues that complicate our nation’s response to the daunting, advanced cyber threats we face today. It will serve as a vital resource for anyone trying to understand this critical issue.”—Representative Mike Rogers, Chairman, U.S. House Permanent Select Committee on
Intelligence

"Paul Rosenzweig is uniquely qualified to write about our need for the better use of data. Cyber Warfare asks critically important questions about how we can best optimize both security and privacy in a world of increasing threats and information availability."—David A. Hoffman, Director of Security Policy and Global Privacy Officer at Intel Corporation

“From his extensive experience in legal policy and homeland security, Paul Rosenzweig is in a unique position to explain the immediate challenge that cyber warfare presents to America and our allies. In his book on this subject, he provides a comprehensive analysis of the imminent challenge and an incisive commentary on what must be done to protect the nation against this increasing threat.”—Edwin Meese III, Former U.S. Attorney General

"Paul Rosenzweig's Cyber Warfare is a comprehensive, insightful, and clear explanation of how the world of cyber has evolved from a simple tool of communication and data storage into a fundamental domain of global security. Policy makers and citizens alike will find this volume stimulating and startling."—Michael Chertoff, U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security, 2005-2009