Public Cybersecurity and Rationalizing Information Sharing

This paper revisits the Doctrine of Public Cybersecurity in order to shed light on debates about information sharing, by exploring its potential utility, and considering policies to mitigate its impact on other societal values. Its goal is not to advocate for the creation of specific institutions (government or otherwise), but rather to explore the potential utility of information sharing to promote public cybersecurity.


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2016
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International Risk Governance Center (IRGC)
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This paper should be cited as: Schneider, F., Sedenberg, E., Mulligan, D.: Public Cybersecurity and Rationalizing Information Sharing, Opinion Piece for the International Risk Governance Center (IRGC). Lausanne: IRGC.
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