Guido Gluschke, Prof. Dr. Mesut Hakkı Caşin, Marco Macori (Eds.)
This reader deals with cyber security policies in the context of critical infrastructure protection. Experts of various nationalities and backgrounds have contributed. Topics include cyber security for nuclear power plants, the future of nuclear energy security, cyber security education and training for CIP, threat intelligence for CIP, the importance of public-private partnerships in CIP, understanding NATO’s new CIP policies, as well as the threat of cyber terrorism.
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About the Editors:
is one of the directors of the Institute for Security and Safety (ISS) at the Brandenburg University of Applied Sciences, Germany. His main areas of expertise are IT and cyber security, especially in the energy context.
He is a member of nuclear-cyber projects of the Nuclear Threat Initiative (NTI), and of the Energy Expert Cyber Security Platform – Expert Group of the European Commission Directorate General of Energy.
Prof. Dr. Mesut Hakkı Caşın
is a Professor at İstinye University, Turkey.
He is a renowned expert on international law, terrorism, international security strategies, energy politics, and military history. He gives lectures on international relations and international law at the graduate and undergraduate levels.
is a research fellow with the Institute for Security and Safety (ISS) at the Brandenburg University of Applied Sciences, Germany.
His research focuses on the nexus of transnational terrorism and cyber threats, an issue on which he lectured at the NATO Center of Excellence – Defence against Terrorism. He’s a member of the academic steering group for the OSCE research project on Cyber CBMs and of the Transatlantic Cyber Forum of Stiftung Neue Verantwortung.