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Calls To Improve Britain's Defences Against Modern Warfare

In The News, 7 June 2019
Modern Deterrence, Military Sciences
"It's what's called the denial of benefits so if you conduct a cyber attack or a hack against the grid, the benefit that you want is that the grid goes down and the target descends into chaos," Elizabeth Braw from the Royal United Services Institute, explained. "But if the target doesn't descend into chaos then actually there is no benefit to conducting the attack," she added.
Defence experts are being told it is time to make the UK less attractive as a target to our enemies and more resilient.

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Elisabeth Braw
Senior Research Fellow, Modern Deterrence Project

Elisabeth Braw directs RUSI's Modern Deterrence project, which focuses on how governments, business and civil society can work together... read more