True global security requires that cyberwarfare be governed by international law, but several factors make this difficult, if not impossible. In the second part of a multipart series, Adam Zivo zeroes in on how anonymity and attribution problems challenge our legal systems.
As the shipping industry continues to mature, it is turning to technology to handle the large amounts of information, data, and goods flowing through its supply chains. However, these tools have been implemented without proper concern for the vulnerabilities they open the industry up to.
They say pictures are worth a thousand words, but how much more would they be worth if they were also a secure form of communication? From a security perspective, it could be quite a lot. With the introduction of advanced personal technology, states around the world have focused on intelligence gathering, and armies have […]
In April NATO’s CCDCOE wrapped up its annual advanced cyber defence exercise. The largest live-fire cyber drill in the world, Locked Shields focuses on honing the communication and coordination skills of member states’ cyber experts.
With the unveiling of the Cambridge Analytica scandal, much needed discussion has surfaced regarding online privacy and data regulation. McCartney Lee discusses the links between Surveillance Capitalism and Cambridge Analytica, and why more attention needs to be diverted towards legislation that regulates our online world.
The chances of Russia directly attacking Canada are very slim, but that does not mean they will passively accept, what they perceive as, a threat.
Alexandre Perlier addresses the question of cross-sectoral collaboration when dealing with cybersecurity threats and observes the potential increase in efficiency if the private and public sectors were to cooperate in the cyber world.