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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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South Korean chipmakers navigate choppy geopolitical waters
Aidan Foster-Carter 3 April 2024
Renewed US pressure to divest from China poses challenges and dilemmas for South Korean chipmakers, Samsung and SK Hynix
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The Pall Mall Process could be a catalyst for international collaboration on commercial cyber intrusion capabilities
Gil Baram 25 March 2024
The growing demand for commercial spyware necessitates collaboration between countries, companies, and multi-stakeholders in defining ‘responsible behaviour’ in this field
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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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Responsible tech business in conflict
Isabel Ebert / Timothy Charlton-Czaplicki 8 March 2024
Isabel Ebert and Timothy Charlton-Czaplicki explore the challenges faced by technology companies operating in conflict
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Weaponising social media may be counterproductive in Hamas-Israel conflict
Anwar Mhajne / Alexandra Trantos 16 February 2024
In the Israel-Hamas conflict, information warfare is escalating and makes diplomacy harder
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Emerging technologies will intensify the North Korean cyber threat
Abhishek Sharma 13 February 2024
Artificial intelligence will expand North Korea’s cyber arsenal and the threat it poses
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