Rebooting the U.S.’ New Counter Messaging Efforts Against ISIS

A late 2015 news article reported that the U.S. Department of State was considering reducing its online campaigns to target the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS). The findings of an outside panel of experts cast significant doubt that Read More …

Will China’s New Theater Command Structure Effect Cyber Espionage Operations?

In February, Chinese President Xi Jinping announced that the People’s Liberation Army’s (PLA) current structure of seven military regions (MRs) would be replaced by five new Theater Commands (TCs) – Eastern, Southern, Western, Northern, and Central.  The objective of this Read More …

UK Surveillance Law – More Clarification Needed

In November 2015, the United Kingdom drafted an Investigatory Powers Bill with the intention of updating its laws how police and intelligence agencies can collect private communications in order to support their abilities to counter crime, terrorism, or other national Read More …

“Anonymous” – Balancing Social Consciousness with Civil Disobedience

The decentralized hacking enclave “Anonymous” is known for undertaking numerous campaigns that target perceived injustice, as well as cause general digital civil disobedience.  Regardless, the group’s extensive membership is varied and widespread, gaining global attention for its various activities.  The Read More …