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JMDavis 21h
CSIS has been monitoring the national security implications of the pandemic. Today, reports on the disinformation campaigns of Iran, China, and Russia, and what Canadian intelligence thinks about those efforts. A must-read for followers.
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CSIS Canada Nov 27
Remember this movie? “The 1st rule of Fight Club is don’t talk about Fight Club.” Fight Club was a secret. is not. We talk openly about the matters we can, and are committed to being transparent with Canadians:
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Mark Collins 19h
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Alex F. Rudolph Nov 30
Currently writing an op-ed on this very topic within the community. Saying is important isn't the same as actually taking it seriously. Changing Employee Security Behavior Takes More Than Simple Awareness: via
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Signal over noise 🇨🇦 🇪🇺 Nov 26
I suspect there is a lot of cleaning due in Ottawa, on all sides of the House/Senate.
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Bruno 16h
Replying to @AJENews
This situation reminds me of 🍁🇨🇦 Canadian ballistics scientist who was assassinated in 1990 - likely for work on Saddam’s . Anyone know Canada’s legal and diplomatic position on Mr Bull’s death?
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Bruno 8h
Replying to @acoyne
I feel like a third wheel on a date with a jock and cheerleader... after I was convinced by the jocks to make an AV presentation ridiculing a specific cheerleader’s choreography skills, or worst. Not a good look for .
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IntrepidPodcast Nov 26
In news, urges the government to improve whistleblower protections for government employees disclosing wrong-doing.
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Patrick Muncaster Dec 1
TSTO Canada needs a broadly articulated strategy: "Beijing’s high-profile Thousand Talents Program is a tiny piece of a broad national strategy to build military & economic advantage. "
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Patrick Muncaster Nov 25
One of the things to remember is Canada no longer has any domestic production capacity for vaccines' ?
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Mark Collins Dec 2
Replying to @SCS_Disputes @AlboMP
Curious how the / seems pretty damn good at understanding the vulnerabilities of others but the reverse serious understanding of what we're up againgst is taking a very long time fully to penetrate in other countries
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Patrick Muncaster Nov 28
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Joe Adam 🇨🇦 Nov 27
If this is a confirmed kill in partnership with intelligence, it's a huge blow to 's covert program & to any deal that has plans for - both of which are very ideal scenarios to have.
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Mark Collins Nov 24
2/ And how did people ever overlook/forget this classic from 2012 (!) about ? Things have not changed rapidly recently, just merely become more openly and frequently brutal, esp. 's ""
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Patrick Muncaster Nov 30
"security challenges that we face around the world don’t change. " My observation is the our geopolitical situation is constantly changing and our security challenges are mounting
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Foluwa T. Rewane Nov 27
Replying to @csiscanada
I totally agree that the key to 's continued success as the choosen Agency of , is not achieved by being secretive and operating within the "shadows", but rather it must be based upon being totally transparent with on our need for .
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Patrick Muncaster Nov 30
Perhaps if successive governments spent more time understanding information management issues in a digital era?
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Mark Collins Nov 27
"Deals by state-run Chinese miners have faced heightened scrutiny from Canada to Australia this year"
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Rene Sugar Nov 26
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