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Une grammaire de la cybersécurité française ou la construction d’une stratégie nationale de cyberdéfense (2008-2017)

Abstract : In 2013, Cyber defence security has been defined as a national priority by the French White Paper on Defence and National Security. One year later the French MOD launched the Cyber Defence Pact. This Pact is dedicated to counter cyber-attacks and cyber-threats by allowing to what is called the defence community to “explore, invest and take control of this new strategic field”. By defining a strategy the Cyber Defence Pact tries to take up the challenge of these new threats and also academic and economic and indus­trial opportunities. By adopting the frame of “the specific grammar of the cyber security sector” as developed by Lene Hansen and Helen Nissenbaum (2009), we will discuss the (social) construction of the French National Cyber Strategy. Through the analysis 5 guiding and high-level policy documents published between 2008 and 2017, this paper is devoted to analyse how cyber became a French priority via security concerns.
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Saïd Haddad. Une grammaire de la cybersécurité française ou la construction d’une stratégie nationale de cyberdéfense (2008-2017). Stratégique, Institut de Stratégie Comparée, 2017, 4 (117), pp.119-135. ⟨10.3917/strat.117.0119⟩. ⟨hal-02865378⟩

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