The discourse on Cyber Security, a relatively new field in non-traditional security studies, has been dominated by the need to protect information infrastructure from both state and non-state actors. However, this conception fails to consider alternative definitions of Cyber Security. Alternate conceptions value information access and integrity as equal to the need to protect the confidentiality of information, and allows non-state actors to act as agents of securitisation.
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Last updated on 21/10/2014