Difference between revisions of "Cyber Stability"

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{{definition|Cyber stability is a geostrategic condition whereby users of the cyber domain enjoy the greatest possible benefits to political, civic, social, and economic life, while preventing and managing conduct that may undermine those benefits at the national, regional, and international levels. <ref>[https://www.sbs.ox.ac.uk/cybersecurity-capacity/system/files/cyber-index-2014-en-625.pdf UNIDR Towards Cyber Stability A User-Centred Tool for Policymakers, Lisa Rudnick and Derek B. Miller with Leeor Levy.]</ref>}}
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{{definition|Cyber stability is a geostrategic condition whereby users of the cyber domain enjoy the greatest possible benefits to political, civic, social, and economic life, while preventing and managing conduct that may undermine those benefits at the national, regional, and international levels. <ref>[https://www.sbs.ox.ac.uk/cybersecurity-capacity/system/files/cyber-index-2014-en-625.pdf UNIDIR Towards Cyber Stability A User-Centred Tool for Policymakers, Lisa Rudnick and Derek B. Miller with Leeor Levy.]</ref>}}
  
 
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Cyber stability is a geostrategic condition whereby users of the cyber domain enjoy the greatest possible benefits to political, civic, social, and economic life, while preventing and managing conduct that may undermine those benefits at the national, regional, and international levels. [1]


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