Category: Thinking Security

Critical Thinking is Thinking Security: SARS-CoV2 & COVID-19

The Defense Acquisition University uses Robert Ennis’s definition to define critical thinking as “reasonable reflective thinking aimed at deciding what to believe or what to do”. Being able to approach information in such a manner is essential to thinking security. Especially right now with so much information coming at everyone so quickly because of the SARS-CoV2/COVID-19 pandemic.

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Thinking Security: In the Land of the Blind, the One Eyed Man is King

Vladimir Putin is attacking the U.S. using all elements of Russian national power (with the exception of direct military power) in an attempt to inflame existing political, social, religious, ethnic, and economic divisions among Americans, in order to weaken the U.S. and subvert the U.S.-created and backed international system that has been in place since the end of World War II.

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Thinking Security: Seeing the Trees Rather Than the Forest — Characteristics of War and Warfare in the 21st Century

“Foreign intelligence actors—to include nation-states, organizations, and individuals—are employing innovative combinations of traditional spying, economic espionage, and supply chain and cyber operations to gain access to critical infrastructure, and steal sensitive information, research, technology, and industrial secrets. They are conducting malicious influence campaigns using cyber operations, media manipulation, covert operations and political subversion to sow divisions in our society,…”

The authors of The National Counterintelligence Strategy

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