Uncovering an unseen nemesis
Wie is de onzichtbare, ongrijpbare en verborgen tegenstander? Wat doet hij, wie is hij en wat wil hij? Dit volledig Engelstalige nummer van Atlantisch Perspectief probeert antwoord te geven op deze vragen en gaat vrijwel in zijn geheel over het onzichtbare strijdperk: cyberspace.
In dit nummer:
- NATO in the fourth domain: How well is it doing?
- Conquering the invisible battleground
- How to counter worsening cyber-security threat
The international strategy of the Dutch government
- Damaging the opponent ‘the new way’
Understanding the tactics behind hack-and-leak operations
- “It is useful to look at cyber as if it were a sport”
Paul Ducheine on the legal dimensions of cyber-security
- The cyber-security waterbed effect: insider risks on the increase
- Which is more important: online privacy or national security?
The Dutch position in the ongoing encryption
- Whose cyber is it anyways?
A private perspective on a public good
- An Arms Race in Outer Space?
- Time to Give Up on the Americans?
Reflections on a New Recommendation to the Dutch Government
How to counter worsening cyber-security threats
The online interdependence has increasingly exposed us to malicious actors with bad intentions. In this article, Timo S. Koster provides...
NATO in the fourth domain: how well is it doing?
In his contribution to Atlantisch Perspectief Jamie Shea provides an overview on how well NATO has adjusted to a growing...
Damaging the opponent ’the new way’
Malicious actors use cyber tools to gain access to sensitive or secret material and then release it in the public...
The cyber-security waterbed effect: insider risks on the increase
Threats don’t always come from outsiders. Think of your long-term trusted employee who has been stealing data for a long...
Time to Give Up on the Americans?
The Netherlands should focus more on the development of European capabilities and institutions. Ruud van Dijk reflects on this AIV-recommendation.
An Arms Race in Outer Space?
In recent years, the militarization of space seems to be taking off. If this trend continues, space might become the...
Whose cyber is it anyways?
According to Anouk Vos it is up to governments to tell IT companies what we want. A bold stance could...
Which is more important: online privacy or national security
In the ongoing (political) debate on privacy and security, especially since the 2015 terrorist attacks, the Netherlands took a unique...
“It is useful to look at cyber as if it were a sport”
Most people don’t understand the legal dimensions of cyber-security. Paul Ducheine provides tools for understanding these dimensions.
Conquering the invisible battleground
Hard- and soft-cyber operations are both a threat and an opportunity of which we must take serious account in times...