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.
NAOC Director Jeff Hull on BNN speaking about Canada’s role in NATO in countering cyber attacks.
Ryan Atkinson discusses the implications of cyber weapons for the future of warfare.
Seeing Russia’s growing influence within cyber space, Léo-Paul Jacob provides an overview of the threats NATO may have to face in the near future.
China is putting pressure on the US Navy in the western pacific using a strategy based on asymmetric warfare known as A2/AD. John Pollock discusses China’s increased military capabilities and what it means for the United States.
Russia has been implicated in the recent hack of the NSA causing emails to be leaked and ended political careers. Cas Legrand discusses how it happened and what it means for the present and future of international cyber security.
Eimi Harris discusses the US Justice Department’s indictment of seven Iranian hackers and the message these warrants are meant to send to hackers around the world.
As the global security landscape is going beyond physical space, Ian Goertz examines how cyberspace is becoming a new domain for security threats and cyber crimes.
Ian is discussing the Tallinn Manual 2.0, and what needs to be addressed for Canada and NATO’s future in cyberspace.
How is warfare altered when soldiers know their enemies personally? Matt Korda investigates.