Cyber threats

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Maritime Cyber(in)security: A Growing Threat Imperils EU Countries

Todorov, Yavor. "Maritime Cyber(in)security: A Growing Threat Imperils EU Countries." Connections: The Quarterly Journal 20, no. 3 (2021): 73-91.

The world is changed. I feel it in the water. I feel it in the earth. I smell it in the air. Much that once was is lost.[1]

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Security Aspects of Hybrid War, COVID-19 Pandemic and Cyber-Social Vulnerabilities

Briggs, Chad, Yuriy Danyk, and Tamara Maliarchuk. "Security Aspects of Hybrid War, COVID-19 Pandemic and Cyber-Social Vulnerabilities." Connections: The Quarterly Journal 20, no. 3 (2021): 47-72.

Introduction

The concept of hybrid warfare has gained increasing attention in security and military strategy discussions, often focused on examples of Russian operations in the takeover of the Crimean Peninsula of Ukraine in 2014. As a full-spectrum approach to understanding offensive operations, ranging from social media campaigns to conventional (kinetic) warfare, the term hybrid warfare can be used to describe a wide variety of activities.

Future Development of Quantum Computing and Its Relevance to NATO

Brandmeier, Rupert A., Jörn-Alexander Heye, and Clemens Woywod. "Future Development of Quantum Computing and Its Relevance to NATO." Connections: The Quarterly Journal 20, no. 2 (2021): 89-109.

Introduction

Already in our era of “classical computing,” maintaining cybersecurity is an enormous challenge.

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Social Media – Hate Speech – Hate Crime

Vilím, Lukáš. "Social Media – Hate Speech – Hate Crime." Connections: The Quarterly Journal 20, no. 2 (2021): 57-73.

Introduction

Nowadays, it is not uncommon for social media to include manifestations of hatred, misleading information, and elements of extremism or terrorism. We already observe that political and religious extremist groups use social media and networks to promote their ideology, recruit new members, demonstrate their power, and shock society with videos of wars as something commonplace and unavoidable. Society is already able to act against such use of social networks and its negative consequences. There are many ways to do so.

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