A National Information Infrastructure Model for Information Warfare Defence

A National Information Infrastructure Model for Information Warfare Defence

Vernon Stagg (Deakin University, Australia) and Matthew Warren (Deakin University, Australia)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-93177-743-8.ch005
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Abstract

Information infrastructures are an eclectic mix of open and closed networks, private and public systems, the Internet, and government, military, and civilian organisations. Significant efforts are required to provide infrastructure protection, increase cooperation between sectors, and identify points of responsibility. The threats to infrastructures are many and various, and are increasing daily: information warfare, hackers, terrorists, criminals, activists, and even competing organisations all pose significant threats that cannot be sufficiently dealt with using the current infrastructure model. We present a National Information Infrastructure model that is based on defence against threats such as information warfare.

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