Practical Human Security

“If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles.” ~ Sun Tzu, The Art of War Author: Anastasios Arampatzis (AKMI Educational Institute) and Justin Sherman (Duke University) Abstract In today’s increasingly connected world, we only become more vulnerable by the day. Cybercriminals, spies, and enemy nation-states are just some of the threat vectors that...

Editorial: Will the use of machine learning help enhanced collaboration in cyber defence?

Whilst 2018 has got off to a quieter start than 2017 in terms of media headlines, given the impending introduction of the GDPR initiative in Europe, we can be sure that it will not be long before more newsworthy attacks surface. Maybe the crash in crypto-currency prices from mid-December has led attackers to take a back seat and spend...

«Cybersecurity-Switzerland» 1st edition. A White Paper

Day “0”: 6th of December 2017 Awareness day for teens and adults One of the founding pillars of our CyberSecurity Trends congresses is to offer to the local population a free awareness day, pointing out the main dangers each one faces on the net and proposing solutions on how to protect oneself against the most common threats. The morning session was organized...

Dear Readers,

If 2017 had a mix of complex and world-spread cyberattacks, as well as fake news in the headers of mainstream media almost each week, this year seems to start at an even higher level with the unveiling of some vulnerabilities concerning the most vital part of our devices: the processor itself. More than ever, awareness raising, consciousness, education and capacity...