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Homeland security and Defense

2018/09/26Cyber 9/12 Strategy Challenge: Join the Strategy Challenge ! (By Frédéric Douzet, Institut Français de Géopolitique, et Safa Shahwan, Atlantic Council)

The rapid and dramatic propagation of recent attacks such as WannaCry and NotPetya has emphasized the systemic risk our companies and societies are exposed to and the clear intrication of geopolitical and cyber risks. Online influence operations, propaganda and information manipulations have revealed the potential for destabilization of social networks. Cyber threats are mutlidimensional, multifaceted…

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2018/04/30Type Softly, Carry a Big Gun

Tim Maurer is the co-director of the Cyber Policy Initiative and a fellow at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. Since 2010, his work has been focusing on cybersecurity, human rights in the digital age, and Internet governance, currently with a specific focus on cybersecurity and financial stability. Prior to joining Carnegie, Maurer was the…

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2018/04/30Shipping and cybersecurity

By Jean-Marc ROUE,  President of Armateurs de France Nautical security and navigation equipment, telecommunications, energy production or propulsion systems… The world of maritime transport is not immune to the digital evolution, which is necessary for its profitability and competitiveness. But digitisation also increases risks, especially cyber risk: equipped with many digital technologies, ships, like other…

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2018/03/21CYBERSECURITY, AN ISSUE THAT MUST BE SHARED AT ALL LEVELS OF HIERARCHY

Interview with General (2S) Marc WATIN-AUGOUARD Cybersecurity goes hand in hand with cooperation, as per your approach: “no solution without public-private sector cooperation!” How do we plan for this collaboration? Can you illustrate this with a few examples? There is no fixed template. First and foremost, cooperation must meed a need, whether it is leading…

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2017/11/28Suspicious Activities on Social Media: What Can Be Learnt from Counterterrorist Financing Efforts? (By Oliver Kraft, RUSI)

For nearly 20 years, the financial sector has been required to report suspicions of terrorist-related transactions. Should similar requirements apply to suspicious communications on social media? In response to the increased use of social media by extremist groups, the G7 called in May ‘for Communication Service Providers and social media companies to substantially increase their efforts to…

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