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The Resource Cybercrime, Noël Merino, book editor

Cybercrime, Noël Merino, book editor

Label
Cybercrime
Title
Cybercrime
Statement of responsibility
Noël Merino, book editor
Contributor
Editor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
364.16/8
Index
index present
LC call number
HV6773
LC item number
.C918 2016
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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Merino, Noël
Series statement
Current controversies
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  • Computer crimes
  • Computer security
  • Computer crimes
Label
Cybercrime, Noël Merino, book editor
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 161-165) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Chapter 1 : Does cybercrime pose a serious problem for US security? -- Cyber attacks likely to increase (Pew Research Center) -- Yes: Cybercrime poses a serious problem for U.S. security -- Cyberwar is already upon us (John Arquilla) -- Private sector is at risk for cyberattacks (Daniel J. Gallington) -- Cyberattacks could result in damage similar to natural disasters (Jeb Boone) -- No: Cybercrime does not pose a serious problem for U.S. security -- Think again: Cyberwar (Thomas Rid) -- The risk of cyberattacks is exaggerated (Martin C. Libicki)
  • Chapter 2 : Is cybercrime against individuals a serious problem? -- Overview: Hacking tops list of crimes Americans worry about most (Rebecca Riffkin) -- Yes: Cybercrime against individuals is a serious problem -- Cyberattacks to steal customer information are a serious problem (Riley Walters) -- Online sexual predators are a serious problem (Federal Bureau of Investigation) -- No: Cybercrime against individuals is not a serious problem -- Concerns about cyberattacks are often driven by misinformation (P.W. Singer) -- ONline sexual predators are not a serious problem (danah boyd)
  • Chapter 3 : How should US cybersecurity be improved? -- Overview: Cybersecurity issues and challenges (Eric A. Fischer) -- An international approach is needed to combat cybercrime (Shavit Matias) -- Stuxnet and the Dangers of Cyberwar (Vincent Manzo) -- Ethical questions need to be answered about cyberweapons (Patrick Lin, Fritz Allhoff, and Neil Rowe) -- Why aren't we retaliating right now for the Sony cyberattack? (Yishai Schwartz) -- The United States must stay on the offensive for cybersecurity (James Jay Carafano) -- Cult of the cyber offesnive (P.W. Singer and Allan Friedman)
  • Chapter 4 : What should be done to protect Internet users from cybercrime? -- Overview: Public opinion on security and privacy (Josh Smith) -- The Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act should be passed (David Inserra) -- Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act should not be passed (John W. Whitehead) -- Websites should not be blocked to protect copyright (Erik Stallman) -- Copyright must be protected on the Internet (David Newhoff) -- SOPA: A bad solution to a very real problem (Jeffrey Rosen) -- Incentives must be created to reduce Internet piracy (Peter Singer)
Control code
ocn914156981
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
173 pages
Isbn
9780737774207
Isbn Type
(hardcover)
Lccn
2015026912
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Stock number
1402378
System control number
  • (Sirsi) i9780737774214
  • (OCoLC)914156981
Label
Cybercrime, Noël Merino, book editor
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 161-165) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Chapter 1 : Does cybercrime pose a serious problem for US security? -- Cyber attacks likely to increase (Pew Research Center) -- Yes: Cybercrime poses a serious problem for U.S. security -- Cyberwar is already upon us (John Arquilla) -- Private sector is at risk for cyberattacks (Daniel J. Gallington) -- Cyberattacks could result in damage similar to natural disasters (Jeb Boone) -- No: Cybercrime does not pose a serious problem for U.S. security -- Think again: Cyberwar (Thomas Rid) -- The risk of cyberattacks is exaggerated (Martin C. Libicki)
  • Chapter 2 : Is cybercrime against individuals a serious problem? -- Overview: Hacking tops list of crimes Americans worry about most (Rebecca Riffkin) -- Yes: Cybercrime against individuals is a serious problem -- Cyberattacks to steal customer information are a serious problem (Riley Walters) -- Online sexual predators are a serious problem (Federal Bureau of Investigation) -- No: Cybercrime against individuals is not a serious problem -- Concerns about cyberattacks are often driven by misinformation (P.W. Singer) -- ONline sexual predators are not a serious problem (danah boyd)
  • Chapter 3 : How should US cybersecurity be improved? -- Overview: Cybersecurity issues and challenges (Eric A. Fischer) -- An international approach is needed to combat cybercrime (Shavit Matias) -- Stuxnet and the Dangers of Cyberwar (Vincent Manzo) -- Ethical questions need to be answered about cyberweapons (Patrick Lin, Fritz Allhoff, and Neil Rowe) -- Why aren't we retaliating right now for the Sony cyberattack? (Yishai Schwartz) -- The United States must stay on the offensive for cybersecurity (James Jay Carafano) -- Cult of the cyber offesnive (P.W. Singer and Allan Friedman)
  • Chapter 4 : What should be done to protect Internet users from cybercrime? -- Overview: Public opinion on security and privacy (Josh Smith) -- The Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act should be passed (David Inserra) -- Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act should not be passed (John W. Whitehead) -- Websites should not be blocked to protect copyright (Erik Stallman) -- Copyright must be protected on the Internet (David Newhoff) -- SOPA: A bad solution to a very real problem (Jeffrey Rosen) -- Incentives must be created to reduce Internet piracy (Peter Singer)
Control code
ocn914156981
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
173 pages
Isbn
9780737774207
Isbn Type
(hardcover)
Lccn
2015026912
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Stock number
1402378
System control number
  • (Sirsi) i9780737774214
  • (OCoLC)914156981

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