Digital Bibliography #5: Cyber Warfare
Thu, 07 Jun 2018 || By Habibah Hermanadi

Cyber warfare is an interesting topic to study, considering that it intersects several fields, such as war, politics, and technology. We must be aware of the political implications of cyber warfare’s “invisible” activities, begin to understand its technical aspects, and learn how technological development affects the security sector. Therefore, CfDS would like to present its monthly selected digital bibliography related to the topic:

  1. Andress, J. and Winterfeld, S. (2014). Cyber Warfare: Techniques, Tactics and Tools for Security Practitioners. 2nd ed. Massachusetts: Syngress.
  2. Barnard-Wills, D. and Ashenden, D. (2012). Securing Virtual Space: Cyber War, Cyber Terror, and RiskSpace and Culture, 15(2), pp.110-123.
  3. Clarke, R. and Knake, R. (2010). Cyber War: The Next Threat to National Security and What to Do About It. 1st ed. New York: Harper Collins.
  4. Dobrygowsky, D. (2018). What would a cyberwar look like?. [online] World Economic Forum.
  5. Eun, Y. and Abmann, J. (2014).  Cyberwar: Taking Stock of Security and Warfare in the Digital AgeInternational Studies Perspectives, 17(3), pp.343–360.
  6. Green, J. (2015). Cyber warfare. 1st ed. New York: Routledge.
  7. Hakmeh, H. and Moynihan, J. (2018). Can state cyber attacks be justified under international law?. [online] World Economic Forum.
  8. Hansel, M., Mutschler, M. and Dickow, M. (2018). Taming cyber warfare: lessons from preventive arms control. Journal of Cyber Policy, 2(2), pp.1-17.
  9. Jardine, E. (2018). Mind the denominator: towards a more effective measurement system for cybersecurityJournal of Cyber Policy, 2(3), pp.1-24.
  10. Kshetri, N. (2016). Quest to cyber superiority. 1st ed. Berlin: Springer International.
  11. Mazanec, B. and Thayer, B. (2015). Deterring cyber warfare: bolstering strategic stability in cyberspace. 1st ed. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
  12. McGuffin, C. and Mitchell, P. (2014). On domains: Cyber and the practice of warfareInternational Journal: Canada's Journal of Global Policy Analysis, 69(3), pp.394-412.
  13. Richards, J. (2014). Cyber-War: The Anatomy of the Global Security Threat. 1st ed. Houndmills: Palgrave Macmillan.
  14. Rid, T. (2013). Cyber War Will Not Take Place. 1st ed. New York: Oxford University Press.
  15. Saadawi, T. and Jordan, L. (2011). Cyber Infrastructure Protection. 1st ed. Carlisle, PA: Strategic Studies Institute.
  16. Springer, P. (2015). Cyber warfare: a reference handbook. 1st ed. Santa Barbara: ABC CLIO.
  17. Steiger, S., Harnisch, S., Zettl, K. and Lohmann, J. (2018). Conceptualising conflicts in cyberspace. Journal of Cyber Policy, 3(1), pp.1-19.
  18. The Economist (2010). War in the fifth domain. [online] The Economist.
  19. Valeriano, B. and Maness, R. (2015). Cyber war versus cyber realities. 1st ed. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  20. Ween, A., Dortmans, P., Thakur, N. and Rowe, C. (2017). Framing cyber warfare: an analyst’s perspective. The Journal of Defense Modeling and Simulation: Applications, Methodology, Technology, 14(3), pp.197–324.

Editor: Nabeel Khawarizmy Muna, S.IP