Associate professor in cyber and nuclear safety talks
An Associate Professor from our School of History, Politics & International Relations has taken part in a New York Roundtable discussion on cyber and nuclear security.
Andrew Futter (pictured), who is Associate Professor of International Politics, was part of a panel hosted by the National Committee on American Foreign Policy. The panel was entitled Mutually Assured Disruption: Framing Cybersecurity in Nuclear Terms.
The panel followed an all-day conference on the same issue. Andrew said: “This was a great opportunity to discuss the risks posed to nuclear weapons by cyber-attacks with a very well informed, high-level audience.”