Real-Time and Retrospective Analyses of Cyber Security is a pivotal reference source that provides vital research on studying the development of cybersecurity practices through historical and sociological analyses. While highlighting topics such as zero trust networks, geopolitical analysis, and cyber warfare, this publication explores the evolution of cyber threats, as well as improving security methods and their socio-technological impact. This book is ideally designed for researchers, policymakers, strategists, officials, developers, educators, sociologists, and students seeking current research on the evolution of cybersecurity methods through historical analysis and future trends.
Chapter 2. The Challenge of Adequately Defining Technical Risk
Chapter 3. Hacker and Non-Attributed State Actors
Chapter 4. Attributed State Actors
Chapter 5. A Geo-Political Analysis
Chapter 6. Paradigm Shift for the Future
Chapter 7. A Socio-Technical Perspective
Chapter 8. Blockchain as an Enabler for Zero-Trust Architectures