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Clausewitz and the Utility of Cyberattacks in War
  • J. T. Jacobsen
  • History, Computer Science
  • Int. J. Cyber Warf. Terror.
  • 1 October 2014
This article returns to Clausewitz's On War 1832 and examines the utility of cyberattacks in future wars, particularly in the initial phase of war. Expand
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From neurotic citizen to hysteric security expert: a Lacanian reading of the perpetual demand for US cyber defence
ABSTRACT Within the emerging body of critical security research on expertise, most contributions have focused on reconstructing the risk governance regime that the expert professionals embody,Expand
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The post-politics of public-private security governance: An ideology critique of the complaints about Facebook
  • J. T. Jacobsen
  • Political Science
  • European Journal of International Security
  • 1 June 2020
Abstract How do public protests emerge and become impotent? Inspired by Žižek's ideology critique, the article examines the ideological underpinnings of contemporary public-private securityExpand
Cyber-bombing ISIS: why disclose what is better kept secret?
ABSTRACT It has become a conventional wisdom in strategic studies that the development and use of cyber weapons should be kept secret, as the effectiveness of these tools is dependent on opponentsExpand
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