Ciaran Martin, Professor of Practice at the Blavatnik School and founding chief executive of the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC), is one of the contributors to a new UK Parliament research briefing on 'States' use of cyber operations'.
The briefing is part of regularly published POSTnotes based on literature reviews and interviews with a range of stakeholders and are externally peer reviewed. The note considers hostile state-backed cyber activities against the UK. It looks at how and why states use cyber operations against other nations and the threats these pose to the UK. It also considers mitigation measures, both internationally and in the UK.
Recent research updates
New paper by Thomas Elston the impact of timing on the success of public sector collaborations
Published in Public Management Review, the article uses inter-municipal partnerships in Catalonia between 2009–19 as a case study to test whether the timing of inter-municipal cooperation, and its duration, affect financial performance.