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Security for the digital world within an ethical framework

Security for the digital world within an ethical framework

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Published Amsterdam, Netherlands : IOS Press 2016
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Statement of responsibility: by the Digital Enlightenment Forum
ISBN: 1614997233, 1614997241, 9781614997238, 9781614997245
Note: Online resource; title from PDF title page (IOS Press, viewed January 26, 2017).
Note: Includes bibliographical references.
Physical Description: 1 online resource
Series: Digital enlightenment series ; volume 1
Subject: COMPUTERS Security General.; Computer security Moral and ethical aspects.
Series Title: Digital enlightenment series ; volume 1.
Local note: eBooks on EBSCOhost EBSCO eBooks for FE Collection (UK)


  1. Title Page
  2. Contents
  3. Preface: Security, Privacy and Ethics in the 21st Century
  4. Executive Summary
  5. 1. Digital Technology Disrupting the Ethical Basis of Society
  6. 2. Cybersecurity Viewed through the Prism of National Security
  7. 2.1 Concepts and principles
  8. 2.2 Cybersecurity trends and challenges
  9. 3. Internet Governance Does Not Reflect the New Realities
  10. 4. The Personal Data Ecosystem Calls for New Approaches to Privacy and Trust
  11. 4.1 Trust and the personal data ecosystem
  12. 4.2 Personal data repositories
  13. 5. Ethics Can Help: Towards a Framework for Digital Ethics
  14. 5.1 The contribution of ethics.
  15. 5.2 Ethical frameworks for digital security and privacy5.3 Towards common norms
  16. 6. Recommendations
  17. 6.1 Develop ethical cooperation on security and cybercrime
  18. 6.2 Develop a European framework for cybersecurity products and services
  19. 6.3 Facilitate multi-stakeholder dialogues
  20. 6.4 Promote ethical digital business models
  21. 6.5 Raise awareness and mobilise citizens
  22. 6.6 Develop a multidisciplinary research and innovation agenda for a human digital world
  23. 6.7 Build bridges for policy cooperation
  24. 7. Bibliography.