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284pp | 2018


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Cyber Warfare and National Security: Is Securing Military Networks Enough?
MK Sharma
This book is not about promoting cyber warfare; rather, it aims to help peace lovers, policy makers and defenders of the freedom of India understand the cyber warfare that is already being waged, so as to defend our cyber and cyber dependent assets, critical to national security, and deter future cyber warfare.

The book explores in depth and detail, the place and role of cyber warfare in the emerging national security calculus, with special emphasis on military networks and aviation cyber security besides addressing the concerns related to the governance of the internet, and how India can tackle the complex cyber warfare challenge strategically.

For those who share the increasing global cyber anxiety, who seek to grasp cyber security issues at global, national and military levels, and who want India to remain secure from cyber threats, this book is an essential read.

MK Sharma:
Wing Commander (Dr) MK Sharma (FIE, MBA, M Phil, Ph D) is a serving officer of the Indian Air Force (IAF), who has been deeply involved in matters concerning national cyber security for the past decade. This is his second book as a Research Fellow at the Indian Air Force (IAF) think-tank, Centre for Air Power Studies (CAPS), New Delhi, after his widely accepted first book titled Cyber Warfare: The Power of The Unseen (2012). Besides his research work being widely published, he is a regular speaker on cyber warfare at air force command seminars, training institutes and academic establishments. He also holds a Black Belt (First Dan) in Martial Arts (Karate).

Contents

Introduction
Acknowledgements
Preface
Abbreviations

PART ONE

1. CONTROLLING THE UNCONTROLLABLE
Internet Governance: Taming the Virtual Juggernaut
2. INSURANCE POLICY
Criticality Analysis and Protection of National Critical Information Infrastructures: An Approach
3. BULLETS TO BITS
Strategic Imperatives of Military Networks: Towards Credible Military Cyber Power

PART TWO

4. FLYING BYTES Aviation Cyber Security: A Framework-Based Approach
5. THE LION’S WAY
Development of Offensive Cyber Capabilities:
A Review of the Regulatory and Legal Conundrums

PART THREE

6. THE DRAGON’S DIAGNOSIS
China’s Cyber Security Policy: An Organisational Assessment
7. A WALK IN THE WOODS
Cyber Ecosystem in India: A Strategic Imperative
8. WHAT NEXT? India’s Cyber Warfare Strategy in the Next Decade
About the Author
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