This non-fiction book examines cyberspace as a military domain and as a means for the great powers to contest politically, short of actual violence. It is a collection of essays by the author, James Van de Velde, Ph.D., an Associate Professor at the National Intelligence University, where he teaches courses on Cyber Warfare, WMD-Terrorism, and Intelligence Collection and Analysis. He is also Adjunct Professor at the Georgetown Security Studies Program, School of Foreign Service, and Adjunct Faculty in the Global Security Studies Program at Johns Hopkins University. Dr. Van de Velde is a Lead Associate for the consulting firm, Booz Allen Hamilton, where he currently consults to the J5 (Strategy) Division of US Cyber Command. The chapters include:
MAKE CYBERSPACE GREAT AGAIN TOO!
WHAT IF WARFARE TODAY OCCURS ONLY IN PEACETIME?
WARFARE AND DETERRENCE IN THE ERA OF CYBERSPACE
CYBERSPACE'S FUTURE IS CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF PERSISTENT AUTHORITARIANISM
WHY ‘CYBER NORMS’ ARE DUMB
TOP TEN STATEMENTS REGARDING JIHADIST USE OF THE INTERNET DESIGNED SPECIFICALLY TO UPSET MILLENNIALS!
THE MEDIA’S RESPONSIBILITY TO COMBAT TERRORISM VIA CYBERSPACE
HIGH TECH POSEURS
APPLYING CLASSICAL NOTIONS OF STRATEGY TO CYBERSPACE
WHAT COMES AFTER ‘PERSISTENT ENGAGEMENT?’ ‘3G:’ GATES, GUARDS, AND GUNS