Russia‘s strategic culture drives its foreign hacking
Monica Kello explores the cultural forces behind Russia’s foreign cyber operations
South Korean chipmakers navigate choppy geopolitical waters
Renewed US pressure to divest from China poses challenges and dilemmas for South Korean chipmakers, Samsung and SK Hynix
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Europe’s cyber rapid response teams should pivot to proactive missions
Taylor Grossman finds that NATO and EU cyber rapid response teams are not built to respond rapidly to emergencies
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LGBTQ+ community grapples with hidden wave of digital abuse
Sexual and gender minority relationships suffer from a higher rate of intimate abuse, new studies reveal. Technology is part of the problem
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The mechanisms of cyber-enabled information campaigning
Jelena Vićić / Richard Harknett 21 June 2024
Effective information campaigns in cyberspace require three key steps: identifying divisive issues and communities that can be polarised; imitating and spreading that content within these specific groups; and amplifying these messages across social media platforms
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Re-thinking cybersecurity capacity building
James Barr / Sofia Liemann Escobar / Jessica McClearn / Phil Sheriff 18 June 2024
What is it to be secure? The DSLA group examines top down and bottom up approaches to cyber capacity building
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Russian space weakness may encourage satellite attacks
Elena Grossfeld 13 June 2024
Moscow’s satellite capabilities are failing, so it may try to neutralise Western space assets
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Learning to supply cyber capabilities
Joseph Jarnecki 10 June 2024
As international cyber capability support mechanisms grow, they must also mature
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Cyber threats to European elections: beyond the headlines
Jamie Collier 28 May 2024
Sensationalism will have voters believe that the main election threats are vote tampering and deepfakes, but comprehensive threat analysis shows that political parties, campaigns and voters themselves are more likely targets
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The growing danger of natural disaster disinformation
Tom Johansmeyer 23 May 2024
Recent events in Moldova and Hawaii illustrate how state actors exploit post-disaster chaos to fuel civil unrest
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Protecting cutting-edge research in a world of sharpened tensions
Neil Ashdown 20 May 2024
Governments are prioritising research security amid heightened competition over science and technology
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European influence in cyber conflict studies is growing
Myriam Dunn Cavelty / Tobias Pulver / Max Smeets 13 May 2024
The number of cyber conflict articles from European scholars has been rising, shaping the field and policymaking
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The race to adopt AI has negative cybersecurity implications
Katharine Palmer / Nicolas Zahn 1 May 2024
AI's allure diverts attention from fundamental cybersecurity measures and common cyberattack techniques
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China’s generative AI governance
Rogier Creemers 18 April 2024
The release of ChatGPT in the autumn of 2022 supercharged the global debate about AI-generated risks
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Debunking NotPetya’s cyber catastrophe myth
Tom Johansmeyer 10 April 2024
Tom Johansmeyer has worked in the insurance industry for more than 20 years. He examines the economic impact of the NotPetya virus
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Germany’s leaky operational security causes embarrassment and strategic harm
Stephan Blancke 21 March 2024
Indignation is not a counterintelligence strategy against the German military's operational security lapses
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Warbot 2.0: Reflections on the fast-changing world of AI in national security
Kenneth Payne 28 March 2024
Kenneth Payne reflects on his book, ‘I, Warbot’ and the advances in AI since its publication in 2021
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