Accession Number : AD1044761


Title :   A Three-Perspective Theory of Cyber Sovereignty


Descriptive Note : Journal Article - Open Access


Corporate Author : China Institute for Innovation and Development Strategy Beijing China


Personal Author(s) : Yeli, Hao


Full Text : https://apps.dtic.mil/dtic/tr/fulltext/u2/1044761.pdf


Report Date : 21 Dec 2017


Pagination or Media Count : 7


Abstract : The cybercrime and cyber terrorism raging today are the most visible symptoms of a more pervasive problem concerning cyber security. How to establish a fair and just governance regime in cyberspace and establish international rules spark a storm of controversy. The controversy reflects the competing interests and demands of three distinct cyberspace actors: the state, the citizen, and the international community. By focusing only on one's own interests, each actor ignores the interests of the other two, resulting in the current situation in which each sticks to its own argument and refuses to reconcile. The establishment of a new order in cyberspace requires a comprehensive review from the perspective of all three major actors.


Descriptors :   cyberterrorism , computer security , internet , globalization , international security


Subject Categories : Computer Systems Management and Standards


Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE