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Cyber Strategy event- 20th May 2022

Cyberattacks and covert strategies in perspective: The long history of the future

As cyberattacks become ever more prevalent each government needs to address these events within its overall strategy. But with a history of this kind of activity that stretched back over half a century, scholars and practitioners risk succumbing to the ‘shock of the new’. This workshop seeks to put recent developments in offensive cyber in their wider theoretical and historical context. It will consider continuity as much as change, by examining cyber as a form of disruptive covert action, as a means of deception, of deterrence, of subversion, and of indirect influence.

This is a collaborative event organised between the University of Nottingham and the University of Warwick.
It is supported by the Cyber Security Global Research Priorities Group at the University of Warwick.

Please find the agenda here

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