All tagged Scott Chipolina

The "Cybersecurity: Foreign Policymakers' Zero Day" Edition

According to Adam Segal’s seminal book The Hacked World Order, he describes the cybersecurity term “Zero Day” as an “unknown software vulnerabilit[y] that allow[s] an attacker to access a computer, router, or server; never having detected these flaws before, developers have zero days to fix or patch them.” In the same way, the introduction of cybersecurity, cyber warfare, mass disinformation, cryptocurrencies, the internet of things, and now, the introduction of 5G, has given makers and analysts of foreign policy zero days to catch up and patch the holes in policy. Policymakers must now reckon with the question: Where are the flaws in our foreign policy, and can we patch them in time?

The "People's March for What?" Edition

Despite two weeks of significant attempts to reverse course on the Brexit process itself, define the options on the table, and to ratify May’s Brexit Deal — including Prime Minister Theresa May’s offer of resignation if her deal passes — and the People’s March for a second referendum, the future of Britain in Europe still remains uncertain.