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Cyber Defense Review, Spring 2022 (Volume 7, Number 2)   [open pdf - 4MB]

This Spring 2022 Edition of the Cyber Defense Review contains the following articles: "So…Anything Interesting Going On?" by Jeffrey M. Erickson; "Cyber Crime and Geostrategic Clash Over the Internet: Deputizing the Private Sector to Assist" by Dennis Blair and Bud Roth; "Conceptualizing Cyberspace Security Diplomacy" by Christopher Ford; "AI [Artificial Intelligence], Super Intelligence, and the Fear of Machines in Control" by Brian Mullins; "Information as Power: Evolving US Military Information Operations and Their Implications for Global Internet Governance" by Milton Mueller and Karl Grindal; "Timing Influence Efforts with Information Processing" by Joshua McCarty and Kaylee Laakso; "'Explicit' Bargains are Essential to Forming Desired Norms in Cyberspace" by Wonny Kim; "America's Cyber Auxiliary: Building Capacity and Future Operators" by Jeffrey Fair; "The Global Engagement's Center's Response to the Coronavirus Infodemic" by Neill Perry; and the Book Review "Bitskrieg: The New Challenge of Cyberwarfare By John Arquilla" by Mathieu Couillard.

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Cyber Defense Review (Spring 2022), v.7 no.2
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