Monday, 31. August 2015 15:29 | Author:Ultima Ratio
Ifri’s Research Defense Unit just published the number 60 of the Focus stratégique collection:
Daniel Ventre is research enginner at CNRS. He holds the chair “Cybersécurité et Cyberdéfense des Ecoles de Saint-Cyr Coëtquidan”. He has supervised several publications whose Cyber Conflict : Competing National Perspectives (Wiley, 2012) and Chinese Cybersecurity and Defense (Wiley, 2014).
You can download this new Focus Stratégique here.
Gangs have relied on cyberspace to evolve. New information technologies have allowed them to speed up and globalize their operations. Gang members often use social networks, specifically Facebook and Twitter. They post photos, videos, songs, and texts to meet different objectives: promoting of a criminal subculture, displaying a strategy of terror towards rival gangs or communicating threats against police and security forces while securing local popular support, etc. However, this data, available online, is not escaping the attention of security forces who are utilizing innovative software to fight against crime..
Table of Contents:
Les gangs : un phénomène en évolution
Pratiques des gangs dans le cyberespace
L’adaptation de la réponse des institutions étatiques