A POLICY BRIEF BY ANDREW FUTTER
The question of how we control, manage, and mitigate the challenges, threats, and dangers posed by “cyber” is perhaps one of the most talked-about security problems of our time.
Every aspect of modern life, the societies that we live in and the weapons we use to defend ourselves appear to be at risk from this new and inherently nebulous phenomenon produced by the latest information revolution
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In this policy brief, Dr Andrew Futter, Associate Professor of International Politics at the University of Leicester and alumni member of the YGLN, sets out a number of key criteria that we need to consider in future “cyber arms control”:
- It must be based on agreed definitions of the problem: what do we seek to “control” and what do we mean by “cyber”?
- It probably will not look like agreements from the nuclear realm and it will not cover everything we label as “cyber”.
- It will involve a mixture of formal, multilateral agreements and informal, unilateral mechanisms of control.
- It is likely to
- be targeted and specific, rather than broad and general agreements, and will require analysts, scholars and policymakers to think ‘outside of the box’.
Dr. Andrew Futter’s policy brief can be downloaded from the website of the European Leadership Network.