Lin, H. (2012). Why computer scientists should care about cyber conflict and U.S. national security policy. Communications of the ACM; Vol. 55 Issue 6, p41-43, 3p. DOI: 10.1145/2184319.2184334 This article discusses why computer scientists should be aware of cyberconflict and U.S. National Security policies regarding cyberconflict. It presents information on cyberterrorism, espionage, and the cyberattacks reported by Computer Network Emergency Response Coordination Centers in order to attribute the importance of cybersecurity. Herbert Lin has published many articles on cyberconflict with the majority published in scholarly journals. The authors' recommendation seems unbiased on the topic and presents the notion that voice of computer scientists can help policymakers make more informed decisions. This article was found in Business Source Complete.
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Lin, H. (2012). A virtual necessity: Some modest steps toward greater cybersecurity. Bulletin Of The Atomic Scientists, 68(5), 75-87. DOI: 10.1177/0096340212459039 This article discusses the two cyber operations: offensive and defensive involved in cyberattacks over critical infrastructure. It reveals several approaches to mitigate cyberthreats over critical infrastructure and information technology targets. The author, Herbert Lin, has...
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