27/04/2012
Iranian regime defensive and offensive capabilities in cyberspace

On April 26 2012 the Committee on Homeland Security’s Subcommittee on Counterterrorism and Intelligence and the Subcommittee on Cybersecurity, Infrastructure Protection, and Security Technologies held a joint hearing entitled "Iranian Cyber Threat to the U.S. Homeland".

17/04/2012
CYBERWEAPONS: Aspetti Giuridici e Strategici

La ricerca inquadra - definendola - la nozione di cyber-armi, sia sotto il profilo giuridico che strategico.

13/04/2012
Syrian Electronic Army (SEA) cyber tactics to undermine the opposition

Syria has a long and distinguished record of cyber repression, earning a Reporters Without Borders "Enemy of the Internet" sobriquet three years running. And since the revolution started, with the technological assistance of Iran and the Lebanese Shiite militia Hizballah, the operational tempo of the pro-regime Syrian Electronic Army (SEA) has increased dramatically.

08/04/2012
Dutch Government wants to expand Digital Warfare

In a letter that the government sent to parliament, Dutch Minister of Foreign Affairs Rosenthal and Dutch Minister of Defence Hillen reply to the joint recommendation of the Advisory Council on International Affairs and the Advisory Commission on Public International Law issues on digital warfare.In a letter that the government sent to parliament, Dutch Minister of Foreign Affairs Rosenthal and Dutch Minister of Defence Hillen reply to the joint recommendation of the Advisory Council on International Affairs and the Advisory Commission on Public International Law issues on digital warfare.

28/03/2012
Study for a European Cybercrime Centre

Cybercrime is an increasingly important concern for policy-makers, businesses and citizens alike. In many countries, societies have come to rely on cyberspace to do business, consume products and services or exchange information with others online. By 2011, nearly three quarters (73 percent) of European households had Internet access at home and in 2010 over third of EU citizens (36 percent) were banking online. Modes of connecting are growing ever more complex too. Smartphones can access high-speed data networks, enabling people to surf the Internet when on the move, and developments such as cloud computing are helping to realise the possibilities of limitless data storage.


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