Tag Archives: Homeland Security

Judicial Jihad and Analytical Tradecraft: Intelligence and the Courts

A former director of the Canadian Security Intelligence Service referred to the courts as being involved in “a form of judicial jihad” against the intelligence community.  A former Minister of Public Safety – Canada’s Department of Homeland Security – fears for the government’s ability to fight terrorism in light of “an increasingly complex legal environment.” Continue Reading →

‘Don’t Call Us’ Governments, Cyber Security, and Implications for the Financial and Private Sector

Institutions that depend on computer systems must at present assume they have to depend on their own resources for defence against cyber attacks.  As Jason Healey, the former White House Director of Cyber Infrastructure Protection, has admitted, if the United States is engaged in a cyberwar, Americans would be far better served by contacting Microsoft Continue Reading →