Hans Önnerud, scientist from FOI and Security Link, is recognized for his work with tracking illegal manufacturing of home made bombs in the EU project EMPHASIS.
Johan Bergenäs (Expert and Strategic Advisor for Security Link, and Deputy Director of the Managing Across Boundaries Initiative at the Stimson Center) and Monica Medina (Senior Director for international ocean policy at the National Geographic Society) discuss environmental crime in the Washington Post.
Poaching has a long history in the United States and abroad, with armed conflicts dating back to the Oyster Wars of the 1800s. But the illegal wildlife trade has skyrocketed in recent years, and the threat of species loss looms large. The trade has changed as it’s grown, and misconceptions about who is perpetuating it and why abound. As Earth Day approaches, let’s dispel some myths about wildlife trafficking.
Read the full lenght opinion piece in the Washington Post here: “Five myths about illegal wildlife trafficking“.
Exercises to meet IT security threats are carried out in the FOI Cyber Security Lab.David Lindahl, research engineer at FOI and related to Security Link in the growing field of cyber security, explains how the courses and exercises can increase resistance to attacks.
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