Influence Operations

CyberSecurity and Information Warfare

If you tell a lie big enough and keep repeating it, people will eventually come to believe it. 

What we do


See what is really going on in the Cyber Domain.  The Cyber Domain can be a an overwhelming place. Let us lead you through the myriad of information and pathways and let our insights help shape your journey. 


From a deep understanding about the Cyber Domain and leading into the Information Domain we will show you through carefully crafted research what is really going on behind the big stories of the day

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Understanding and analysis only gets you so far. What people actually want to know is what is the actual impact of the threat on our business

Keeping You Informed every Step Of The Way


Researched articles are brought to you in as timely a manner as possible and as soon as corrobaration of the facts allow. .


Research and analysis is not the whole story. Conclusions and inferences pointed to in the data are brought to the fore.


Articles are chosen not just because they are in vogue. By looking at past incidents you can better anticipate future ones.

They Are Talking About Influence Operations

It is far easier to lead a target astray by reinforcing the targets existing beliefs, thus causing the target to ignore the contrary evidence of ones true intent, than it is to persuade a target to change his or her mind.
Rothstein, H & Whaley, B
The Art and Science of Military Deception
If you want to fundamentally change society you first have to break it. It’s only when you break it is when you can remold the pieces to your vision of a new society. This was the weapon that Steve Bannon wanted to use to fight his culture wars
Christopher Wylie
Cambridge Analytica Whistleblower
Engage people with what they expect; it is what they are able to discern and confirms their projections. It settles them into predictable patterns of response, occupying their minds while you wait for the extraordinary moment — that which they cannot anticipate.
Sun Tzu
Chinese General, Strategist Philosopher

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