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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
13 July 2017.
Apple sets up first data centre in China; Donald Trump discusses cyber security with President Putin at G20; NATO to equip Ukraine with new cyber capability.
06 July 2017.
NATO could trigger Article 5 in case of cyber attacks; outdated Windows make HMS Queen Elizabeth vulnerable to hacks; oppositions to the Mexican government targeted by spyware in mobile phones.
29 June 2017.
Another global malware pandemic; Google slapped with record fine for uncompetitive practice; cyber dimension of ongoing conflict in Kashmir.
22 June 2017.
Wannacry ransomware traced to North Korea, US–Cuba cooperation, mobile internet blocked in Darjeeling.
15 June 2017.
Governments in Australia, Egypt and Nepal seek to increase data monitoring of citizens; China, Malaysia, the Philippines, France and the United Kingdom each cracks down on terrorist content online.
08 June 2017.
Putin likens hackers to artists, cyber defence boost for US missiles, Japan launches satellite.
01 June 2017.
US plans cooperation with Asian allies, Russia moves against anonymous messaging apps.
26 May 2017.
New draft legislation calls on all Chinese people and organisations to collaborate and cooperate with Beijing’s intelligence work. The proposed Intelligence Law has emerged quietly, but includes sweeping new powers. What clues does this vaguely worded document hold to the future of Chinese activities at home and abroad?
25 May 2017.
US–Russia rift, industry resists new Chinese cyber law, Facebook hit with fine.
18 May 2017.
Wannacry ransomware epidemic, Ukraine blocks Russian sites, US Army tests cyber defences.
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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