Helen Dudfield explains the growing need to build a defence from a solid foundation of training
The democratisation of technology has made it possible for society to navigate seismic shocks like those seen by the pandemic, but for those in defence, it presents new challenges in the form of the rise of asymmetric – or grey zone – warfare. This battleground is one in which the weapons of warfare are not the conventional rifle or tank, but rather commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) computers, which give bad actors the ability to inflict considerable economic . . .