Cybersecurity: a pillar of Cyber diplomacy

Translated by Amel Attatfa and proofread by Célia Courteix The diplomatic question of the cybersecurity issues [1/3] Cybersecurity could refer to both a field and a theory whose main goal is to enhance peace and security in cyberspace as far as threats, and to some extent cyber threats, are concerned. Cyber security and cyber diplomacy […]

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Cyber diplomacy and tensions in cyberspace: an inescapable analogy

Description of a digital age analogy [1/3] Cyberspace allows the emergence of exchanges between different stakeholders (or entities). Nevertheless, the nature of these exchanges – positive or negative – remains to be described. Indeed, various interactions occur every day, hours, minutes and seconds. These interactions have an immeasurable impact on relations within cyberspace, and particularly […]

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Cyberspace and International law: discrepancy of concordance

URL:{https://wall.alphacoders.com/big.php?i=924461&lang=French} Inter arma enim silent leges (*) (*) “In times of war, the law is silent”, such is described Cicero’s aphorism regarding the analysis of the state of the Law of International Security. Cyberspace is a complex field that is difficult for jurists to grasp. The reason being that the rules and norms in force […]

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The (corona)virus in cyber world : Triangular link

Recently, one observation emerged: phishing messages play on the fear of viruses. There are three angles, economic, financial and social, which refer to Inter-Country Ties, one of the features of Cyber Diplomacy that can constitute a link between the cyber world and the (corona)virus. CYBER ? To decipher clearly these terms by restating their basic […]

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