The Science Of Cybersecurity
2017 | English | ASIN: B06XHK1XBM | 173 pages | AZW3/PDF/EPUB (conv) | 3.85 Mb

How can we characterise Cybersecurity? With what things, events, processes and human/machine actions is it concerned? How do data-breeches and system-intrusions happen-and why? What occurs when Cybersecurity really works effectively? And can we systemise it? Or will the clever Hacker always break into any networked device-sweeping all defences aside?

A host of other questions/unknowns arise. We wonder if Cybersecurity is a Science? And if not-will it ever become one? Can we identify any particularly valuable Cybersecurity: laws/ rules/mandates? Given the many data-breeches happening everyday on Corporate Networks-it appears that the sum total of all the recommendations and promises emanating from the Cybersecurity experts-does not amount to a hill-of-beans!

To find answers, we must now re-asses the entire field of Cybersecurity-and go back to basics. Our goal is to apply a rigorous scientific methodology to networked system design; enabling us all to enjoy socially secure communication (at last).

Accordingly, outlined here-for the first time-is an explanation of the fundamental theory and principal axioms of Cybersecurity -as developed from first principles-and in a format easily digestible by non-technical people.
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