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- Decision-Making Under Radical Uncertainty - An Interpretation of Keynes' Treatise
- Resilience and Cyber Security
- So you want to work in Cyber Security. Can you be trusted?
- Cyber Insiders: A Board Issue
- FuturICT Project
- Resilient Cyber Ecosytems
- Transformation: DIG for realism
- Electricity Market Reform
- Cyber Doctrine
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- Ten Decisions That Will Define The Coalition
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Ten Decisions That Will Define The Coalition
On 20 October 2010, Institute for Security & Resilience Studies teamed up with
Westbourne Communications to hold a three-hour wargame with some of the brightest minds in Westminster.
Players were chosen from the worlds of Fleet Street, Whitehall and Westminster. During the session, they adopted a number of identities (Chancellor, Union leader, etc) and reacted to challenging events.
The objective was to define the choices facing the Coalition in the period until Election 2015. Our wargame took place days after the launch of the new National Security Strategy, the Strategic Defence & Security Review and the Comprehensive Spending Review.
The wargame's timelines and results are available here.
Further information on how ISRS researches and runs wargames is available in the leaflet "What can ISRS offer you and your organisation?"
For more information call or e-mail Dan Fox on +44 (0) 20 3108 5074.
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