From the advent of the U.S.’s development and releasing of the Stuxnet virus in 2010 to the more recent attacks on critical infrastructure, such as the Colonial Pipeline, cyberattacks have become an increasingly prominent and newsworthy facet of contemporary society and international relations. While by no means novel phenomena, amidst these growing developments and in Read More…
The Colonial Pipeline Cyber-Attack: A Warning for Canada
In early May, Canadians watched in bemusement as images started to appear online of cars stretching for blocks, as fear rose over the possible shutdown of the Colonial Pipeline in the eastern U.S and a potential gas shortage. Then, word started to spread that the shortage was due to Russian hackers, and, at least for Read More…
Russia and the U.S. Election: What Really Happened?
Jacqueline Hicks examines recent reports of Russian cyber interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential election and what this means for cyber-warfare.
Outdated Thinking or New Grand Strategy: China, U.S. and Air-Sea Battle
Kevin Hempstead discusses the future of U.S. Armed Forces strategy and the implications of adopting the Air Sea Battle Grand strategy.