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The premier resource for strategic analysis regarding the implications of technological innovation on the future of international conflict.
Director of Future Conflict and Cyber Security
23 March 2018.
Responding to Russian operations; Facebook furore; Scrutinising cryptocurrencies.
16 March 2018.
Russian disinformation spreads on Reddit; Beijing attempts to exploit public vulnerability database; IISS experts discuss deterrence at MIT conference on cyber norms.
08 March 2018.
Crime forecasting technologies; ratifying the Budapest Convention on Cybercrime; insight from Sean Kanuck on strategic challenges in cyberspace.
02 March 2018.
Shortcomings of bug bounty for ethical hackers; Russia blamed for cyber attack on Winter Olympics; NATO improves Moldova’s cyber defence.
23 February 2018.
What is China’s place in the world? It’s a question that has generated much debate in Western media over recent years, but little has so far been understood about Beijing’s thinking on the matter. Nigel Inkster finds important insights in recent editorials published in the country’s official media.
22 February 2018.
US indicts Russian nationals for meddling in election; disagreements over efforts to regulate online content; Twitter cracks down on malicious bots.
16 February 2018.
Empty seats at Winter Olympics after cyber attack; UK employs algorithm to detect Islamic State propaganda; a glimpse inside North Korea’s cyber army.
08 February 2018.
UK cyber defence thwarts 54 million attacks; Iran helping to build Hizbullah’s cyber capability; Pakistan launches online app for reporting extremist content.
01 February 2018.
US rejects more sanctions on Russia; heat map by fitness app Strava reveals global military activity; China spies on African Union in Addis Ababa.
31 January 2018.
'Democratic institutions and processes need to be protected as much if not more than any other financial or economic transaction’, argues Sean Kanuck, as he explores ways to protect electoral processes and institutions from cyber attack in a thought piece for the Global Commission on the Stability of Cyberspace.
As China increasingly gains the economic benefits of global connectivity, the West’s technological edge is fast eroding.
Cyber security has become a focal point for conflicting domestic and global interests, and increasingly for the projection of state power. 'Evolution of the Cyber Domain' contextualises the key developments since the 1950s.
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