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Journal of Cyber Policy

2016 - 2019

Current editor(s): Emily Taylor

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Volume 4, issue 3, 2019

Introduction from the editor pp. 305-308 Downloads
The Editors
Some emotional considerations in cyber conflict pp. 309-325 Downloads
Rose McDermott
Criminal use of cryptocurrencies: a great new threat or is cash still king? pp. 326-345 Downloads
Simon Butler
Insecure at any bit rate: why Ralph Nader is the true OG of the software design industry pp. 346-361 Downloads
Paul Maxwell and Robert Barnsby
Governance in international technical standards-making: a tripartite model pp. 362-379 Downloads
Dominique Lazanski
The state of Microsoft?: the role of corporations in international norm creation pp. 380-403 Downloads
Nancy Ayer Fairbank
The Uberization of the United Nations’ regime to prevent the online financing of terrorism: tackling the problem of obfuscation in virtual currencies pp. 404-424 Downloads
Ethem Ilbiz
Cybersecurity: today’s most pressing governance issue pp. 425-441 Downloads
Christopher Nolan, Glenn Lawyer and Ryan Marshall Dodd
The AI-cyber nexus: implications for military escalation, deterrence and strategic stability pp. 442-460 Downloads
James Johnson
The perfect weapon: war, sabotage, and fear in the cyber age pp. 461-462 Downloads
Joshua E. Kenway

Volume 4, issue 2, 2019

Introduction from the Editor pp. 139-142 Downloads
The Editors
Can I still trust you, my dear doll? A philosophical and legal exploration of smart toys and trust pp. 143-159 Downloads
Esther Keymolen and Simone Van der Hof
Enabling mass surveillance: data aggregation in the age of big data and the Internet of Things pp. 160-177 Downloads
Marie-Helen Maras and Adam Scott Wandt
A port in the data-sharing storm: the GDPR and the Internet of things pp. 178-196 Downloads
Nóra Ni Loideain
Online child sexual exploitation: towards an optimal international response pp. 197-215 Downloads
Victoria Baines
Indonesian cyberspace expansion: a double-edged sword pp. 216-234 Downloads
Thomas Paterson
Hack-and-leak operations: intrusion and influence in the Gulf pp. 235-256 Downloads
James Shires
Deterring Russian cyber warfare: the practical, legal and ethical constraints faced by the United Kingdom pp. 257-274 Downloads
Rod Thornton and Marina Miron
Conceptualizing cyber policy through complexity theory pp. 275-289 Downloads
Aaron F. Brantly
Cyber power and control: a perspective from strategic theory pp. 290-301 Downloads
Samuel Zilincik, Michael Myklin and Petr Kovanda
Democracy hacked: political turmoil and information warfare in the digital age pp. 302-303 Downloads
Rebecca Beigel
The age of surveillance capitalism: the fight for a human future at the new frontier of power pp. 303-304 Downloads
Ryan Shandler

Volume 3, issue 3, 2018

Introduction from the editor pp. 287-290 Downloads
The Editors
Comparative industrial policy and cybersecurity: a framework for analysis pp. 291-305 Downloads
Vinod K. Aggarwal and Andrew W. Reddie
The rise of China as a cybersecurity industrial power: balancing national security, geopolitical, and development priorities pp. 306-326 Downloads
Tai Ming Cheung
Government as facilitator: how Japan is building its cybersecurity market pp. 327-343 Downloads
Benjamin Bartlett
A centralised cybersecurity strategy for Taiwan pp. 344-362 Downloads
Hsini Huang and Tien-Shen Li
The European Union’s cybersecurity industrial policy pp. 363-384 Downloads
Paul Timmers
Industrial policy: the holy grail of French cybersecurity strategy? pp. 385-406 Downloads
Danilo D’Elia
A comprehensive security approach: bolstering Finnish cybersecurity capacity pp. 407-429 Downloads
Melissa K. Griffith
UK cybersecurity industrial policy: an analysis of drivers, market failures and interventions pp. 430-444 Downloads
Madeline Carr and Leonie Maria Tanczer
Comparative industrial policy and cybersecurity: the US case pp. 445-466 Downloads
Vinod K. Aggarwal and Andrew W. Reddie
Cyber mercenaries: the state, hackers, and power pp. 467-468 Downloads
Florian J. Egloff
Erratum pp. 469-469 Downloads
The Editors

Volume 3, issue 1, 2018

Introduction from the editor pp. 1-4 Downloads
The Editor
The threats from modern digital subversion and sedition pp. 5-23 Downloads
David Omand
Cyber-securing our elections pp. 24-38 Downloads
Amy E. Pope
Fake news, disinformation, manipulation and online tactics to undermine democracy pp. 39-43 Downloads
Susan Morgan
Taming cyber warfare: lessons from preventive arms control pp. 44-60 Downloads
Mischa Hansel, Max Mutschler and Marcel Dickow
Unpacking cyber norms: private companies as norm entrepreneurs pp. 61-76 Downloads
Louise Marie Hurel and Luisa Cruz Lobato
Conceptualising conflicts in cyberspace pp. 77-95 Downloads
Stefan Steiger, Sebastian Harnisch, Kerstin Zettl and Johannes Lohmann
Freedom of expression in the digital age: enhanced or undermined? The case of Egypt pp. 96-115 Downloads
Noha Fathy
Mind the denominator: towards a more effective measurement system for cybersecurity pp. 116-139 Downloads
Eric Jardine
Top must-reads: the editorial team choices pp. 140-141 Downloads
The Editors

Volume 2, issue 3, 2017

Introduction from the editor pp. 289-292 Downloads
Emily Taylor
Guest Editorial pp. 293-295 Downloads
Kathryn C. Brown
Multi-stakeholder internet governance: successes and opportunities pp. 296-317 Downloads
Lawrence E. Strickling and Jonah Force Hill
Internet multi-stakeholder governance pp. 318-322 Downloads
Sally Wentworth
Avoiding lamentation: to build a future Internet pp. 323-337 Downloads
Andrew Sullivan
Blockchain technology for social impact: opportunities and challenges ahead pp. 338-354 Downloads
Walid Al-Saqaf and Nicolas Seidler
The ‘wicked problem’ of data localisation pp. 355-365 Downloads
Konstantinos Komaitis
Aligning the international protection of ‘the public core of the internet’ with state sovereignty and national security pp. 366-376 Downloads
Dennis Broeders
Language rights and international domain names pp. 377-388 Downloads
Undrah B. Baasanjav
Sizing up people and process: a conceptual lens for thinking about cybersecurity in large and small enterprises pp. 389-404 Downloads
Brian Nussbaum and Charlie Lewis
Top must-reads: the editorial team choices pp. 405-407 Downloads
The Editors

Volume 2, issue 1, 2017

Introduction from the editor pp. 1-3 Downloads
Emily Taylor
Tackling cybercrime – the UK response pp. 4-15 Downloads
Jamie Saunders
Structuring the national cyber defence: in evolution towards a Central Cyber Authority pp. 16-25 Downloads
Eviatar Matania, Lior Yoffe and Tal Goldstein
A public policy perspective of the Dark Web pp. 26-38 Downloads
Michael Chertoff
Children as Internet users: how can evidence better inform policy debate? pp. 39-52 Downloads
Jasmina Byrne and Patrick Burton
Cyber risk and the changing role of insurance pp. 53-63 Downloads
Mark Camillo
Internet routing registries, data governance, and security pp. 64-81 Downloads
Brenden Kuerbis and Milton Mueller
Cybersecurity, trustworthiness and resilient systems: guiding values for policy pp. 82-95 Downloads
Adam Henschke and Shannon Brandt Ford
Net neutrality, zero rating and the Minitelisation of the internet pp. 96-122 Downloads
Luca Belli
Politics of cybersecurity capacity building: conundrum and opportunity pp. 123-144 Downloads
Patryk Pawlak and Panagiota-Nayia Barmpaliou
Top must-reads: the editorial team choices pp. 145-147 Downloads
The Editors
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