Junior Research Fellow Ramesh Balakrishnan explores ways small states can make up for their limited cyber security investment capabilities while still developing an effective cyber security strategy.
Black Mirror is an anthology series that explores the relationship between humanity and technology. Each episode takes us to a near-future world that often demonstrates the disturbing potential of today’s innovations. Season four includes the episode “Metalhead,” in which our anxieties regarding intelligent, autonomous drones is examined.
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, as Program Editor Amaliah Reiskind explains, these tools have been implemented without proper concern for the vulnerabilities they open the industry up to.
True global security requires that cyberwarfare be governed by international law, but several factors make this difficult, if not impossible. In the first of a multipart series, Adam Zivo zeroes in on the headache of ambiguous terminology in the cyber realm.
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, Program Editor Amaliah Reiskind explains why this is so important.
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.