Casting a Wider Net: Lessons Learned in Delivering BBC Content on the Censored Internet report primary author, Karl Kathuria, explain why it’s increasingly hard to foil censorship online in this week’s edition of BBC Click Radio programme.
Citizen Lab Senior Security Analyst Seth Hardy spoke at SecTor, Canada’s 5th annual IT security conference, held in Toronto from October 17th to 19th, 2011. His session, titled What is an APT without a sensationalist name?, discussed targeted malware attacks against human rights organization.
In a new blog post, Citizen Lab Post-Doctoral Fellow Stefania Milan argues that as a result of the diffusion of social media, we have now entered the age of cloud protesting, where individuals and networked collective action have taken central stage.
We are pleased to announce that Sarah McKune has joined the Citizen Lab as Senior Researcher. Sarah will be working on the Lab’s comparative analysis of targeted malware attacks on human rights organizations, as well as research and analysis of international cyber security initiatives and related issues.
We are pleased to announce that Marc Goodman has joined the Canada Centre for Global Security Studies and the Munk School of Global Affairs at the University of Toronto as a Senior Fellow in Future Crime.
Citizen Lab Director Ron Deibert was featured in BBC Arabic 4 Tech programme in a discussion about a collective of pro-Assad hackers and online activists, who call themselves the Syrian Electronic Army.
We are pleased to announce that Drs. Brenden Kuerbis and Stefania Milan have joined us as Post-Doctoral Fellows.
Misha Glenny, an international bestselling author, will be speaking at the Munk School of Global Affairs on Monday, October 17th between 12pm and 2pm.
In a research paper [pdf] published in the journal Review of Policy and Research, Citizen Lab Director Ron Deibert and Research Manager Masashi Crete-Nishihata discuss “the growing number of complex ethical and legal issues around cyberspace research, particularly in the area of security”.
Director Ron Deibert joined Al Jazeera’s The Stream via Skype to talk about a collective of pro-Assad hackers and online activists, who call themselves the Syrian Electronic Army.
Read the article and watch the video here.