the University of Liverpool (UK).
Strategic Intelligence Management introduces both academic researchers and law enforcement professionals to contemporary issues of national security and information management and analysis. This contributed volume draws on state-of-the-art expertise from academics and law enforcement practitioners across the globe. The chapter authors provide background, analysis, and insight on specific topics and case studies. Strategic Intelligent Management explores the technological and social aspects of managing information for contemporary national security imperatives.
Academic researchers and graduate students in computer science, information studies, social science, law, terrorism studies, and politics, as well as professionals in the police, law enforcement, security agencies, and government policy organizations will welcome this authoritative and wide-ranging discussion of emerging threats.
Foreword (Lord Carlile of Berriew CBE, QC)
Part 1: National Security Strategies and Issues 1 Introduction: Strategy Formation in a Globalized and Networked Age-A Review of the Concept and its Definition 2 Securing the State: Strategic Responses for an Interdependent World 3 We Have Met the Enemy and They Are Us: Insider Threat and Its Challenge to National Security 4 An Age of Asymmetric Challenges-4th Generation Warfare at Sea 5 Port and Border Security: The First and Last Line of National Security Defense
Part 2: The Public, Communication, Risk, and National Security 6 Risk Communication, Risk Perception and Behavior as Foundations of Effective National Security Practices 7 Promoting Public Resilience against Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Terrorism 8 From Local to Global: Community-based Policing and National Security 9 The Role of Social Media in Crisis: A European Holistic Approach to the Adoption of Online and Mobile Communications in Crisis Response and Search and Rescue Efforts 10 Emerging Technologies and the Human Rights Challenge of Rapidly Expanding State Surveillance Capacities
Part 3: Technologies, Information, and Knowledge for National Security 11 User Requirements and Training Needs within Security Applications: Methods for Capture and Communication 12 Exploring the Crisis Management/Knowledge Management Nexus 13 A Semantic Approach to Security Policy Reasoning 14 The ATHENA Project: Using Formal Concept Analysis to Facilitate the Actions of Responders in a Crisis Situation 15 Exploiting Intelligence for National Security 16 Re-thinking Standardization for Interagency Information Sharing
Part 4: Future Threats and Cyber Security 17 Securing Cyberspace: Strategic Responses for a Digital Age 18 National Cyber Defense Strategy 19 From Cyber Terrorism to State Actors' Covert Cyber Operations 20 Cyber Security Countermeasures to Combat Cyber Terrorism 21 Developing a Model to Reduce and/or Prevent Cybercrime Victimization among the User Individuals