Cyberspace Threat Landscape: Overview, Response Authorities and Capabilities


Cody L. Barker (Editor)

Series: Safety and Risk in Society
BISAC: COM053000

Cyberspace is defined by the Department of Defense as a global domain consisting of the interdependent networks of information technology infrastructures and resident data, including the Internet, telecommunications networks, computer systems, and embedded processors and controllers. Attacks in cyberspace have seemingly been on the rise in recent years with a variety of participating actors and methods.

As the United States has grown more reliant on information technology and networked critical infrastructure components, many questions arise about whether the nation is properly organized to defend its digital strategic assets. Cyberspace integrates the operation of critical infrastructures, as well as commerce, government, and national security. Because cyberspace transcends geographic boundaries, much of it is outside the reach of U.S. control and influence. This book provides an overview of cyberspace threats, and discusses cyber incident response practices. (Imprint: Nova)

Table of Contents

Table of Contents


Chapter 1. Argentina: Background and U.S. Relations
Mark P. Sullivan and Rebecca M. Nelson

Chapter 2. Argentina’s Post-Crisis Economic Reform: Challenges for U.S. Policy
J. F. Hornbeck

Chapter 3. Argentina 2013 Human Rights Report
U.S. Department of State; Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights and Labor

Chapter 4. Argentina 2013 International Religious Freedom Report
U.S. Department of State; Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights and Labor

Chapter 5. 2014 Investment Climate Statement: Argentina
Bureau of Economic and Business Affairs


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