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We achieve our aims through engagement and collaboration with companies from a range of sectors and governments. Our approach delivers the very best use-inspired and pure research alongside cutting-edge education that delivers real impact.
A major cyber attack has occurred. How should your nation respond?
We frequently hear the terms “Cyber 9/11” and “Digital Pearl Harbor,” but what might policymakers do the day after a crisis? The Cyber 9/12 Student Challenge is an annual cyber policy competition for students across the globe to compete in developing national security policy recommendations tackling a fictional cyber catastrophe.
Karena Kyne presents at Innovation Methodologies for Defence Challenges conference.
Karena Kyne presents at the Innovation Methodologies for Defence Challenges conference, which was held on 30th January at Saint Paul University, Ottawa together with the Canadian Forces College’s Centre for National Security Studies, the Royal Military College Saint-Jean, the Center for International Policy Studies, and the Mapping and Charting Establishment.
The latest issue of CREST Security Review (CSR) is out today, focusing on ‘transitions’.
From helping extremists reintegrate back into society, to looking at cults and the reasons why people both leave and stay, this issue explores the series of difficult transitions some individuals and groups make.
Influence And Interference From Russian Twitter Accounts Following UK Terrorist Attacks
The level of influence and interference by Russian-linked social media trying to engineer social division in the UK, including through Russian Twitter accounts, is considerably more extensive than has been reported to date.