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Ciaran Martin and Andrew Dwyer analyse the UK government's current position on the governance of cyberspace.
Ciaran Martin comments that the cyber dimension to the conflict in Ukraine has played “remarkably little part” so far.
Ciaran Martin explains the cybersecurity risks to the UK from the situation between Ukraine and Russia.
Ciaran Martin, interviewed on the state of cybersecurity, says that we focused on major state threats underestimating "just how far cybercrime was getting out of control".
DPhil student Jocelyn Perry co-authored a piece with Ben Abraham (DPhil 2015) looking at the legacy of COP26 and how the international community can build on the promises made in Glasgow.
"The digital threat is too existential to be left to individual firms", writes Ciaran Martin.
Ciaran Martin speaks about the realistic threat of hostile interference in politics, as well as other cyber risks and tensions.
Ciaran Martin writes about the dangers of cyber attacks and ransomware, and possible policy solutions
Ciaran Martin comments on the scale and sophistication of a global cyber attack on IT management software made by Kaseya Ltd