Philosophy of Cybersecurity

Olejnik, Lukasz, Kurasiński, Artur

  • 出版商: CRC
  • 出版日期: 2023-09-19
  • 售價: $2,540
  • 貴賓價: 9.5$2,413
  • 語言: 英文
  • 頁數: 204
  • 裝訂: Quality Paper - also called trade paper
  • ISBN: 1032527617
  • ISBN-13: 9781032527611
  • 相關分類: 資訊安全
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商品描述

Technology and digitization are a great social good. But they also involve risks and threats. Cybersecurity is not just a matter of data or computer security; cybersecurity is about the security of society.

Why "Philosophy"? To understand how to reason and think about threats and cybersecurity in today's and tomorrow's world, this book is necessary to equip readers with awareness. Philosophy of Cybersecurity is about the user's perspective, but also about system issues.

This is a book for everyone--a wide audience. Experts, academic lecturers, as well as students of technical fields such as computer science and social sciences will find the content interesting. This includes areas like international relations, diplomacy, strategy, and security studies. Cybersecurity is also a matter of state strategy and policy.

The clarity and selection of broad material presented here may make this book the first book on cybersecurity you'll understand.

It considers such detailed basics as, for example, what a good password is and, more importantly, why it is considered so today. But the book is also about systemic issues, such as healthcare cybersecurity (challenges, why is it so difficult to secure, could people die as a result of cyberattacks?), critical infrastructure (can a cyberattack destroy elements of a power system?), and States (have they already been hacked?).

Cyberspace is not a "grey zone" without rules. This book logically explains what cyberwar is, whether it threatens us, and under what circumstances cyberattacks could lead to war. The chapter on cyberwar is relevant because of the war in Ukraine. The problem of cyberwar in the war in Ukraine is analytically and expertly explained. The rank and importance of these activities are explained, also against the background of broader military activities.

The approach we propose treats cybersecurity very broadly. This book discusses technology, but also ranges to international law, diplomacy, military, and security matters, as they pertain to conflicts, geopolitics, political science, and international relations.

商品描述(中文翻譯)

科技和數位化是一個偉大的社會福祉,但也涉及風險和威脅。網絡安全不僅僅是關於數據或計算機安全,它關乎社會的安全。

為什麼是「哲學」?為了理解如何在今天和明天的世界中思考和思考威脅和網絡安全,這本書對於裝備讀者具有意識是必要的。《網絡安全哲學》關乎用戶的觀點,也關乎系統問題。

這是一本面向廣大讀者的書籍。專家、學術講師以及計算機科學和社會科學等技術領域的學生都會發現這本書的內容有趣。這包括國際關係、外交、戰略和安全研究等領域。網絡安全也是國家戰略和政策的問題。

這本書的清晰度和廣泛的選材可能使它成為你能理解的第一本網絡安全書籍。

它考慮了一些細節基礎知識,例如什麼是好的密碼,以及為什麼今天被認為是好的。但這本書也關乎系統問題,例如醫療保健網絡安全(挑戰、為什麼這麼難以保護,人們是否會因網絡攻擊而死亡?)、關鍵基礎設施(網絡攻擊是否能摧毀電力系統的元素?)和國家(它們是否已經被黑客攻擊?)。

網絡空間不是一個沒有規則的「灰色地帶」。這本書邏輯地解釋了什麼是網絡戰爭,它是否威脅我們,以及在什麼情況下網絡攻擊可能導致戰爭。關於網絡戰爭的章節是相關的,因為烏克蘭戰爭。烏克蘭戰爭中的網絡戰爭問題得到了分析和專業解釋。這些活動的等級和重要性也在更廣泛的軍事活動背景下解釋。

我們提出的方法對網絡安全進行了廣泛的討論。這本書討論了技術,但也涉及國際法、外交、軍事和安全問題,因為它們與衝突、地緣政治、政治科學和國際關係有關。

作者簡介

Lukasz Olejnik (LukaszOlejnik.com) is an independent cybersecurity and privacy researcher and consultant.

He holds a Computer Science PhD from INRIA (France). He worked at CERN (European Organisation for Nuclear Research), and was a research associate at University College London. He was associated with Princeton's Center for Information Technology Policy, with Oxford's Centre for Technology and Global Affairs, and was elected a Member of World Wide Web Consortium's (W3C) Technical Architecture Group. Fellow of Geneva Academy of International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights. Former cyberwarfare advisor at the International Committee of the Red Cross in Geneva, where he worked on the humanitarian consequences of cyberwarfare. He advised on science and new technologies at the European Data Protection Supervisor.

He helps various companies and organisations, including with cybersecurity, privacy and data protection, and technology policy.

His comments appeared in places such as Financial Times, Washington Post, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Sueddeutsche Zeitung, El Pais, or Le Monde. He authored scientific papers, reports, opinion articles in venues like Wired or Foreign Policy.

Artur Kurasinski is a tech-realist, a serial innovator, entrepreneur, public speaker, and a game and comic book author. Artur analyzes and comments technology from economic, sociologic, and geopolitical perspectives. Co-creator of numerous Polish startups. A mentor in many contests, author of one of Poland's most popular tech blogs: kurasinski.com. A speaker and participant in Poland's leading important tech conferences. Co-creator of Poland's oldest series of startup meet-ups (Aula Polska) and the Auler awards.

作者簡介(中文翻譯)

Lukasz Olejnik(LukaszOlejnik.com)是一位獨立的資訊安全和隱私研究員和顧問。

他擁有法國INRIA的計算機科學博士學位。他曾在歐洲核子研究組織CERN工作,並在倫敦大學學院擔任研究助理。他曾與普林斯頓大學的信息技術政策中心以及牛津大學的技術與全球事務中心合作,並當選為世界網絡聯盟(W3C)技術架構小組的成員。他是日內瓦國際人道法和人權學院的成員。曾在國際紅十字會日內瓦委員會擔任網絡戰爭顧問,研究網絡戰爭的人道後果。他曾在歐洲數據保護監察員處就科學和新技術提供諮詢。

他協助各種公司和組織,包括資訊安全、隱私和數據保護以及技術政策。

他的評論出現在《金融時報》、《華盛頓郵報》、《紐約時報》、《華爾街日報》、《南德意志報》、《埃爾帕伊斯》或《勒芒報》等媒體上。他在《有線》或《外交政策》等刊物上撰寫科學論文、報告和評論文章。

Artur Kurasinski是一位科技現實主義者、連續創新者、企業家、公開演講者、遊戲和漫畫作家。Artur從經濟、社會學和地緣政治的角度分析和評論技術。他是許多波蘭初創企業的共同創始人。他是許多比賽的導師,也是波蘭最受歡迎的科技博客kurasinski.com的作者。他是波蘭領先的重要科技會議的演講者和參與者。他是波蘭最古老的初創企業見面會系列(Aula Polska)和Auler獎的共同創始人。