Arts and Branches of Science Significantly Contributing to Cyber and Cyber Security: The West European and the Russian Views
Margarita Levin Jaitner and
Ã ine MacDermott
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Margarita Levin Jaitner: Swedish Defence University, Stockholm, Sweden
Ã ine MacDermott: School of Computer Science, Liverpool John Moores University, Liverpool, UK
International Journal of Cyber Warfare and Terrorism (IJCWT), 2016, vol. 6, issue 1, 24-40
Academia plays an important role in shaping a country's cyber readiness. In the past years, nations have started investing in new cyber-related programs at colleges and universities. This also includes promoting academic exchange with partner countries, as well as putting effort into improved cooperation between industries and scholars in the area of cyber. In many cases the efforts focus largely on computer science and closely related branches of science. However, the very nature of the cyberspace as both a continuation and a reflection of the physical world require a broader perspective on academic assets required to create and sustain sound cyber defines capabilities. Acknowledging this premise, this paper sets out to map branches of science that significantly contribute to the domain known as â€˜cyber' and searches for new aspects for further development.
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