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Airplane Mode: Advances in electronics now mean that just about anything with a power source can be turned into an explosive.
Intelligence analysis is more an imperfect art than a science: Gaps in reporting, bad sources and politicisation all complicate the analyst’s task.
NATO just published a new guide to Russian capabilities and intentions for combined information & cyber warfare.
Edward Snowden says reports that Russia might deport him to the US as a “gift” to Donald Trump vindicate him of charges that he is a spy.
Wars are no longer only about combatants and tanks, but also about algorithms and bots. Opinion by Anje Kasperesen
Russia is hunting for moles in its security apparatus who might have leaked information about efforts to influence the US presidential election.
As the individual member states rapidly progress in their own personal cyber arms race, the EU’s own institutions risk being left behind.
There is a purge of the Russian espionage establishment in progress and it has something to do with the election of President Trump.
Advances made by business to solve Big Data problems mean that Intelligence analysts have access to more information than ever before.
Terrorist groups are embracing a wide range of digital tools to recruit members and plan attacks. Some experts say they are winning.