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Title: La ciberseguretat com a factor a considerar en els processos d'independència de nous estats al segle XXI
Author: Mogas Recalde, Jordi
Tutor: López Borrull, Alexandre
Keywords: independence
national cybersecurity
cyberwar
nation
Issue Date: 10-Jun-2014
Publisher: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya
Abstract: During the last years there have been several and increasingly serious cases of politically motivated cyber attacks. The nations that want to become independent states in the early twenty-first century have the responsibility to maximize their cybersecurity in order to avoid them. These cyber attacks can be mild but can also represent a real threat to the attacked countries, as in the case of a DDoS attack crippling digital services such as e-banking, or further affecting the national critical infrastructures, such as the electrical grid. Some of these attacks even have been classified as cyberwarfare. We can not predict the severity of possible cyber attacks to new independent nations nor the effects of a cyberwar, but the experienced cases are seen as a wake-up call. In this paper we define the state of the art, review real cases and so we value the role played by the information professionals.
Language: Catalan
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10609/39101
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