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Insider Threats

Insider Threats

In collaboration with the Centre for Science and Security Studies (CSSS), another academic research centre within the Department of War Studies at King’s College London, ICSR is working to better understand insider threats as they relate to terrorist actors operating in core industries.

Our work analyses a selection of case studies based on past terrorist insider threats, and is working to identify preventative measures for implementation in a range of sectors, including nuclear power, aviation, and the Armed Forces.

Impact:

  • Aiding national critical infrastructure partners to identity insider threats;
  • Providing a framework for mitigating insider threats;
  • Codifying a system for how to address insider threats when they arise.

Recent Policy Reports

  • Oct162018

    ICSR Event – Expert Talk and Interactive Session on the Syrian Conflict

    Where: King’s College London When: Monday October 29th, 12.30pm ICSR has the pleasure of inviting you to…

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  • Oct122018

    ICSR Event – Clint Watts Book Launch

    Where: King’s College London When: Thursday October 25th, 6.30pm To celebrate Clint Watts’ new book, Messing with the…

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  • Oct102018

    The Kurds After the ‘Caliphate’: How the Decline of ISIS has Impacted the Kurds of Iraq and Syria

    The full report can be accessed here. Read on for the Executive Summary. • While…

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