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Innovation dynamics and capability in open collaborative cyber communities: implications for cybersecurity

Tovstiga, G., Tulugurova, E. and Kozlov, A. (2010) Innovation dynamics and capability in open collaborative cyber communities: implications for cybersecurity. International Journal of Business Governance and Ethics, 5 (1/2). pp. 76-86. ISSN 1741-802X

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To link to this item DOI: 10.1504/IJBGE.2010.029557


Cybersecurity is a complex challenge that has emerged alongside the evolving global socio-technical environment of social networks that feature connectivity across time and space in ways unimaginable even a decade ago. This paper reports on the preliminary findings of a NATO funded project that investigates the nature of innovation in open collaborative communities and its implications for cyber security. In this paper, the authors describe the framing of relevant issues, the articulation of the research questions, and the derivation of a conceptual framework based on open collaborative innovation that has emerged from preliminary field research in Russia and the UK.

Item Type:Article
Divisions:Henley Business School > International Business and Strategy
ID Code:6603
Uncontrolled Keywords:dynamic innovation; innovation capability; open collaboration; networked communities; hacking; hacker networks; cybercrime; virtual communities; web based communities; online communities; cybersecurity; social networking; NATO Science for Security and Peace Programme; cyber security; connectivity; Russia; UK; United Kingdom; business governance; business ethics; economic crime prevention.

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