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// by Clint Watts

Russia’s Disinformation Ecosystem: A Snapshot

Overlooked in the broad discussion about election interference efforts has been the payload delivered by the Kremlin’s disinformation machine—the messages Putin’s minions seek to disseminate inside America and where those messages are generated. Keep Reading

Do Researchers Have an Obligation to Report Dangerous Actors?

Given that many in the terrorism and violent extremism research community have voiced concerns about how extremist and dangerous actors have exploited social media and messaging platforms, it’s interesting to note that a clear majority of the respondents have not reported dangerous actors. Keep Reading

// by Jonathan Reiber

PERSPECTIVE: 5 Accelerating Digital Trends That Will Impact Risk Management in 2021

Digital risks escalated in 2020 under the onset of the novel coronavirus and shaped the cybersecurity policy landscape. Over the coming year, we can surmise five accelerating digital trends that will continue to exert their impact on security and human behavior. These include the proliferation of 5G and Internet-of-Things technologies, the continued use of disinformation… Keep Reading

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