Tag: cyberspace

1st March 2013 Washington DC, USA

by Peter Westmacott

Former Ambassador to the United States of America

Science that helps keep us safe

On Wednesday evening we gave a reception at the British Embassy for scientists, soldiers and senior government officials from the US and the UK. The event was organised around a workshop presided by Professor Sir Lawrence Freedman of King’s College, London and Professor Eli Berman of UC San Diego, with the support of Research Councils […]

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3rd May 2012 New York, USA

A Sojourn in Steel City

Known as the “City of Bridges,” Pittsburgh has more bridges than Venice. Last week, on 26 April, the newest one was unveiled; a metaphorical bridge, admittedly, in the form of the posting of a UK Serious Organised Crime Agency (SOCA) officer to the Pittsburgh area-based National Cyber-Forensics Training Alliance (NCFTA) marks the forging of an […]

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28th October 2011 New York, USA

The View from Cyberspace

Guest blog by Ben Brierley, Vice Consul – Homeland Security and UN Trade, UK Trade & Investment.Have you ever stopped to think about how much technology has evolved, changing us and the world, over just the past decade? The pace has become more rapid; the technology has become entwined with our lives in ways that […]

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