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CREST Security Review: COVID-19: Behavioural and Social Science Responses to the Pandemic (Issue 12, Autumn 2021)   [open pdf - 22MB]

This Autumn 2021 issue of CREST [Centre for Research and Evidence on Security Threats] Security Review contains the following articles: "How has COVID-19 [coronavirus disease 2019] Changed the Violent Extremist Landscape?" by Michele Grossman; "Lessons From a Rapid Response" by Nathan Smith and Emma Barrett; "Where Was I Last Wednesday?" by Lorraine Hope, Rachel Zajac, and Maryanne Garry; "Intelligence Gathering During a Pandemic" by Jordan Nunan and Ian Stanier; "Multi-Agency Emergency Response" by Liv Brown; "The 'Infodemic', Inoculation, and Insurrections" by Stephan Lewandowsky and Muhsin Yesilada; "The Ground TRUTH After-Action Review Tool" by Laurence Alison, Emily Alison, Sarah Robertson, and Michael Humann; "Balancing Cybersecurity and Privacy in the Remote Workforce" by Jason R. C. Nurse; "COVID-19 Conspiracy in Ireland and the Far-Right Nexus" by Lorraine Bowman Grieve; "The Phoenix Model: Disengagement and Deradicalisation" by Andrew Silke, John Morrison, Heidi Maiberg, Chloe Slay, and Rebecca Stewart; "Islamic State, Filters, and Photoshop" by Simon Copeland; and "The Eliciting Information Framework: A Vehicle for Research into Practice" by Anna Leslie.

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2021
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2021 CREST Security Review. Posted here with permission. Document is under a Creative Commons license and requires proper attribution and noncommercial use to be shared: [https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0/].
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