[Call for papers] Responsible Behavior in Cyberspace: Novel Horizons
- Laura DeNardis
- Myriam Dunn Cavelty
- Adam Segal
- Wednesday 9 May 2018
- to be determined
The concept of cyber security does not have a clear definition, scope or edges, which may hamper academic and policy debate. A dominant take on cyber security is grounded in international relations and focuses on securing cyberspace or more broadly, regulating (state) behavior in cyberspace. Responsible behavior in cyberspace by state and non-state actors, however, touches upon a diverse range of disciplines including – but not limited to – international relations, international law, economics, political economy, security studies, political sociology, philosophy, political science, science and technology studies and engineering.
The Conference is from 5 - 7 November. Confirmed keynote speakers are Laura DeNardis of American University in Washington DC, Myriam Dunn Cavelty of the Center for Security Studies of ETH Zürich, and Adam Segal of the Council on Foreign Relations.
The call for papers is open until May 9, 2018, and can be found here.