SPCTA: An Analytical Framework for Analyzing Cyber Threats by Non-State Actors
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Harry Brown: Norwich University, Northfield, VT, USA
International Journal of Cyber Warfare and Terrorism (IJCWT), 2016, vol. 6, issue 2, 41-60
The field of cybersecurity crosses multiple domains as it has risen to affect state governance. The Internet has enabled aspects of connectedness and capabilities that have the potential to effect state power. Such conditions affect the standing of nation-states within the international political system and their relation to other states. This is a matter of cyber-relations, where the behavior of states towards each other is based on the comparative cyber-capability of the state. Emerging conditions include the ability of non-state actors to wield similar cyber-power and affect state governance, and affect state operations and its contract with its constituents (contract alluding to the provisions for the public good). This research addresses the notion of non-state actors within this context, specifically, proposing and analytical framework for analyzing cyber threats from non-state actors.
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