In this article, The NATO Associations Nicole Dougherty examines the role of Chinese hackers in the destruction of Nortel, and how it benefitted Huawei.
Touraj Riazi had the privilege of interviewing Col. Jaak Tarien, Director of NATO’s Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence (CCDCOE). The interview concentrates on the functions of the CCDCOE and how they enhance the Alliance’s cybersecurity. Canada is currently in the process of joining the CCDCOE.
Cyber attackers present a real threat to the integrity of democracy’s most important element: the electoral process. Avneet explores how Canada confronted cyber threats during the election.
What risks do governments face when barely any international regulations guides private sector actions in cyber space?
In this article, James Cho reviews how Canada is protecting its critical infrastructure from cyberattacks. He examines the 2015 cyberattack on Ukraine’s power grid as an example of cyberattack on infrastructure and introduces the goals of the new National Cyber Security Action Plan by Canadian Centre for Cyber Security.
States always attempt to act in accordance with international law but what happens when none exists?
In part two of her series on digital white supremacy, Emma Tallon analyzes how governments around the world are confronting the increasing cyber threats.