Our new edited volume Terrorists’ Use of the Internet: Assessment and Response was published on 10 June.
The book presents revised versions of a selection of papers delivered at the jointly VOX-Pol and Cyberterrorism Project-organised NATO Advanced Research Workshop on ‘Terrorists’ Use of the Internet’ held at Dublin City University, Ireland in June 2016.
A full report of the workshop can be found HERE.
Participants in the workshop hailed from a wide range of scholarly backgrounds, including engineering, computer science, law, criminology, political science, international relations, and linguistics, along with representatives from the military, law enforcement, and policy. The book’s editors also represent a diverse range of fields including law, criminology, and international security.
The book’s 25 chapters reflect this diversity and are grouped into 5 sections on cyber terrorism and critical infrastructure protection; cyber-enabled terrorist financing; jihadi online propaganda; online counterterrorism; and innovative approaches and responses.