Cyber Defence and Security
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Contributor: Defence IQ Press
Posted: 09/04/2017
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This Defence IQ report explores the latest developments in the collaborative effort when it comes to combating violent extremism (CVE) online and particularly on social media platforms. Full Content »
Contributor: Richard de Silva
Posted: 08/11/2017
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Britain’s counter extremism strategy, Prevent, faces tough criticism but coordinators claim that their detractors are misreading the situation. Full Content »
Contributor: Richard de Silva
Posted: 06/09/2017
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The defence industry would be best served by maintaining ‘simplicity’ when dealing with increasingly complex cyber threats, say security experts. Full Content »
Contributor: Richard de Silva
Posted: 05/19/2017
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Following hacked email leaks during election campaigns in France and the US, Defence IQ explores the possibility that a British intelligence storm is on the horizon. Full Content »
Contributor: Richard de Silva
Posted: 05/16/2017
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The question of who is culpable over the widespread WannaCry malware attacks is being debated by some of the leading cyber intelligence analysts around the world, with some saying the NSA is not to blame. Full Content »
Contributor: Richard de Silva
Posted: 03/23/2017
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Hanif Qadir, founder of a youth mentoring group and counter-extremist campaigner, condemns the UK government’s Prevent campaign and its 'misguided' selection process when it comes to funding P/CVE organisations. Full Content »
Contributor: Alicia Kearns
Posted: 03/02/2017
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Why do hackers hack? Consideration of the psychological and social motivations behind this activity leads us to discover a desire to compensate for an inability to effect change in the ‘real’ world. Alicia Kearns, Director of Global Influence, breaks down the research as part of Defence IQ’s Countering Violent Extremism series. Full Content »
Contributor: Michael Scheno
Posted: 02/01/2017
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Ann Dunkin is the Chief Information Officer for the County of Santa Clara, California. She discusses her new CIO role with Santa Clara, and highlights from her previous role as CIO for EPA. Also what she was most proud of accomplishing in her previous role, suggestions she'd give to the Government or any CIO regarding Information Technology, and wh Full Content »
Contributor: Defence IQ Press
Posted: 01/10/2017
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In July 2016, NATO officially recognised cyber security as a domain of war, and as such, recognised that international law applies to cyberspace. An evermore sophisticated generation of cyber criminal, ranging from the lone wolf to the state actor, is threatening the very fabric on which our digitised society is founded. It is not too far-fetched t Full Content »
Contributor: Defence IQ Press
Posted: 11/24/2016
Cyber Response Solutions: Waiting in the Grass
In the past two decades, the world has gone from the “Information Age” to the  “Digital Age” in an almost seamless transition. However, in the same period, the rise of cyber warfare capability has developed beyond the ability to combat it.  At a time where the lives of civilians and the work of governments and corporations alike are Full Content »
Contributor: NATO CCDCOE
Posted: 08/11/2016
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The Democratic National Convention hack constitutes a grave interference in the electoral process of a nation. Given the unprecedented level of attribution to Russian authorities, authors Matthijs Veenendaal, Kadri Kaska, Henry Rõigas and Can Kasapoglu analyse this attack in the broader setting of the use of cyber capabilities as part of influence operations. A lack of response, the analysis concludes, contributes to the already existing deterrence problem and even encourages further aggression. This article first appeared on NATO CCDCOE. Full Content »
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