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Those of our faithful readers who will have at some point in their years in Saint Andrews signed up for a terrorism studies module will…View More Huffing, Puffing, and Sending in the Tactical Team – The Changing Face of U.S. Counter-Terrorism
The vulnerability, as Dr. Geers says, of say our financial institutions’ networks, is attracting and in fact creating new cybercriminals, and alongside the further deployment of law enforcement, diplomats, and the military in cyberspace, we are seeing the various battlefields of the state shifting from ground to cloud.View More Interview: Dr. Kenneth Geers on Cybersecurity
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