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Encryption: the perils of ‘going dark’

In June, Andrew Davies produced a pair of Strategist pieces (see here and here) on the encryption challenge to security, in the process succinctly explaining why our telecommunications intercept (TI) capability is ‘going dark’. Andrew’s …

Cyber wrap

Cybersecurity made an appearance in the eighth round of the US–China Strategic and Economic Dialogue which took place in Beijing last week, chaired by State Councillor Yang Jiechi and Secretary of State John Kerry. Both …

‘U Can’t Touch This’: the inviolability of encryption

In his recent post on The Strategist, Anthony Bergin makes many good points about the use of encryption by non-state actors like Daesh, the related challenges to intelligence collection, and the importance of balancing civil liberties and national security …

ASPI suggests

‘If al Qaeda were a corporation today, it would be roughly equivalent to Microsoft: A big name but an aging brand, one now strikingly out of touch with the 18–35-year-old demographic.’ Over at Foreign Affairs, …