The Battlefield Within: The information war has many targets, its most valuable is you
Operations in the information environment (OIE) are experiencing something of a renaissance thanks to social media and the democratisation of
NATO in 2040: An Information Odyssey
This paper was written for NATO’s Innovation Hub as part of their Warfighting in 2040 report. All rights are
The Fake News Kung Fu
Absolutely. Critical for all organizations, especially those that exist to help people and communities. https://t.co/JNI4bVsEnL
— Siobhan Heanue
Why taking a scorched-earth approach to social media companies won't win the war on terror.
This article first appeared in the LexisNexis Rule of Law Digest in December 2019 (Volume 8, Issue 2).
This article is based on a presentation I delivered
as part of the Australian Strategic Policy Institute’s (ASPI) War
Strawberry Terrorism: Why ISIS are interested in Australia’s Strawberry Crisis
ISIS have published a series of propaganda posters in an attempt to turn one of our favourite sweet fruits into a game of edible Russian roulette.
The power of info ops for-good campaigns
The term ‘information operations' or ‘info ops’ is usually used in a military context to describe operational influence activities designed to degrade an enemy's capability and impact their decision making.
Information Wars: Fighting Words with Action
Social cohesion needs to be less talk more action; our leaders must demonstrate a clear intent to authentically embrace the multicultural fabric of Australia. That isn't something you can talk about -it's something that must be done.
Yes Daesh hijacked the #JustinBieber feed. No - this isn't a new tactic.
No - Daesh aren't considerably 'improved' in their online campaign. They have been effective at content marketing terror since the start of their violent campaign. The West just remain considerably on the defensive and have been since this war began.