Information Operations – A Swedish View

ABSTRACT

This paper touches upon Swedish views of how to organize traditional domestic responsibilities to better catch up with emerging IT-related threats. This paper stresses the need for developed forms of public-private co-operation. It also discusses new ways of handling crises and conflicts, as well as of enforcing sanctions in the international arena.


AUTHORS

Director for the National Office of IO/CIP Studies, Swedish National Defense College

Lars Nicander is the director for the National Office of IO/CIP studies at the Swedish National Defense College. He is also since 1997 appointed Secretary of the Cabinet Working Group on Defensive Information Operations. Mr Nicander is a political scientist and has served in various positions within the Swedish national security environment. He has been for many years an elected member of the Institute of Strategic Studies in London (IISS) and also a Fellow of The Royal Swedish Academy of War Sciences.

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Keywords

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C2
C2S
CDX
CIA
CIP
CPS

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