Unilateral Remedies to Cyber Operations

@inproceedings{Lahmann2020UnilateralRT,
  title={Unilateral Remedies to Cyber Operations},
  author={Henning Lahmann},
  year={2020}
}
3 Citations

Two explanations for the paucity of cyber-military, cross-domain operations

This article investigates why states have launched so few cross-domain operations—in this case, operations between cyber and military domains—when they have launched so many cyberattacks. I explore

State-sponsored cyber operations and international law: book review of Henning Lahmann, Unilateral Remedies to Cyber Operations (Cambridge University Press, 2020) and François Delerue, Cyber Operations and International Law (Cambridge University Press, 2020)

This is a review of two monographs on cyber operations and international law. Published in 2020, both books discuss state-sponsored cyber operations, legal frameworks with which they could be

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