The international cybersystem: elements of analysis


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Title The international cybersystem: elements of analysis
El sistema internacional cibernético: elementos de análisis
Creator Patiño Orozco, Germán Alejandro
Subject cyberspace;
international security;
international cybersystem
seguridad internacional;
sistema internacional cibernético
Description This article provides insights into the deba­te about cyber issues and its effects on our understanding of new international security topics. Moreover, this article proposes the adoption of principles from the discipline of International Relations to study cyber issues in the global realm. The article concludes by offering certain guidelines to delve further in the analysis of cyber topics from an interna­tional perspective.
Este artículo aporta algunas consideraciones sobre el debate de cuestiones cibernéticas y sus efectos sobre el entendimiento de nuevas temáticas de seguridad internacional. Además, propone la adopción de metodologías de la disciplina de relaciones internacionales para es­tudiar asuntos cibernéticos de carácter global. El artículo concluye con algunos lineamientos para profundizar acerca del análisis de temas cibernéticos con una perspectiva internacional.
Publisher Facultad de Finanzas, Gobierno y Relaciones Internacionales
Date 2019-06-26
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
Format application/pdf
Source OASIS; No 30 (2019): July-December; 163-186
OASIS; Núm. 30 (2019): Julio-Diciembre; 163-186
Language spa
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