Some references
Some ICT Security issues websites
ITU (International Telecommunication Union) activities related to cybersecurity - ENISA -the European Network and Information Security Agency - Communications Security Establishment. Canada’s National Cryptologic
Agency - Defense Signals Directorate – Australian Government – Departement of De-
fence - National Security Agency (USA) - The European Forum for Electronic Business (EEMA) The independent
European association for e-business
www. - FIRST (Forum of Incident Response and Security Team) - National Technical Authority for Information Assurance (UK) - Europe’s Information Society Themat-
ic Portal - Computer and Internet security (CH) - CERT Center of internet security expertize, Carnegie Mellon University
(USA). - Asia Pacic Computer Emergency Response Team - Computer Security Incident Response Team Japan
Supporting the Internet security in Asia - AusCERT – Australia Computer Emergency Response Team - National ICT Security & Emergency Response Centre Malaysian Com-
puter Emergency Response Team - CERT – (Russia) - Algerian Portal of Information Security
444 Cyberpower - The Computer Crime Research Center (CCRC) Ukrainian
branch - The Computer Crime Research Center (CCRC) Russia - Club de la Sécurité de l’Information Français - COAST (Computer Operations, Audit and Security
Technology) - Information about hoaxes
www.spam - Information about spam - Anti spam working group - About anti-spam anti-intrusion, privacy - Anti phishing working group - OECD Task Force on Spam Report Anti Spam
Regulation (November 2005) - OECD toolkit on spam
Some related Internet-law issues websites - A global information clearinghouse on cybercrime law (Norway) - Convention on Cybercrime –
Budapest, 23.XI. 2001 – Council of Europe - Romanian IT Law - World Intellectual Proprety Organization - Internet Legal Research Group - Legal Issues on Internet - Jurisprudence, current events and Internet law - Information dedicated space about the legal issues concerning Inter-
net end network - The University of Dayton – School of Law (USA) - The UCLA Online Institute for Cyberspace Law and Policy
Some related privacy-protection issues websites - Privacy protection - Privacy protection - Platform for Privacy Preferences (P3P) Project - Cyberrights & cyberliberties protection - Electronic Privacy Information Center - Reporters Without Borders
Some computer-crime-related issues websites
Council of Europe website dedicated to cybercrime and actions against economic crime
Interpol website dedicated to ght against cybercime
Annex 445 - Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) (USA) - National White Collar Crime Center (NW3C) (USA) - National Strategy for the Protection
of Children from Sexual Exploitation on the Internet - Computer Crime & Intellectual Property Section/United States
Department of Justice - The Computer Crime Research Center (CCRC) - National Internet Fraud Information Center - Identity Theft Resource Center (ITRC) - Financial Action Task Force (FATF-GAFI) - United Nations Crime and Justice Information Network
Some law-enforcement-related issues websites - The Royal Canadian Mounted Police - Interpol – international police organization - Interpol – Financial and High-tech crimes - Internet High Technology Crime Investigation Association - The Cyber Crime Investigation Cell of Mumbai Police India - The Swiss Coordination Unit for Cybercrime Control
Others websites - Site of the Internet Governance Forum (IGF) - OCDE website Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development -
Information Security and Privacy - Europe’s Internet Safety portal - Warning, advice and reporting point (UK) - The World Economic Forum portal on cybersecurity and cyber re-
silience’s issues - The EastWest Institute portal on cybersecurity’s issues
Book resources
Inside Cyberwarfare, Jeffrey Carr, O’Reilly 2009. Case studies that help understand the cyber
Cyberpower and National Security, edited by F. Kramer, S. Starr, and L. Wentz, NDU Press
2009. Perspectives related to national security in United States
Cyberwar: the Next Threat to National Security and What to do About it, Richard Clarke and
R. K. Knake, ECCO Press of Harper Collins Publishers 2010. Discusses the risks related to
cyberwar in United States.
War 2.0. Irregular Warfare in the Information Age, Thomas Rid and Marc Hecker, Praeger
Security International, 2009. The book explores how the Web 2.0 and more precisely the uses
of social networks could lead to political insurrections.
Strategic Warefare in Cyberspace, Gregory J. Rattray, MIT Press 2011.

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