Inside the enemy's computer identifying cyber attackers

Attribution is of primary importance when classifying it as a criminal act, an act of war, or an act of terrorism. Three assumptions dominate current thinking: attribution is a technical problem; it is unsolvable; and it is unique. Approaching attribution as a problem forces us to consider it either...

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Main Author: Guitton, Clement (Author)
Language:English
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Online Access:Link to e-book
Summary:Attribution is of primary importance when classifying it as a criminal act, an act of war, or an act of terrorism. Three assumptions dominate current thinking: attribution is a technical problem; it is unsolvable; and it is unique. Approaching attribution as a problem forces us to consider it either as solved or unsolved. Yet attribution is far more nuanced, and is best approached as a process in constant flux, driven by judicial and political pressures. This work examines this important topic.
Item Description:Previously issued in print: 2017.
Physical Description:1 online resource : illustrations (black and white)
Audience:Specialized.
Bibliography:Includes bibliographical references and index.
Published: New York, NY : Oxford University Press, 2017.
ISBN:9780190848507 (ebook)