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CRJ 14:2 - out very now, here's what's in the latest issue

CRJ 14:2 - out very now, here's what's in the latest issue

Safety & security, risk management, drones, insurance, the EDFRR, Sweden's wildfires... just a few of the subjects addressed in this edition

Emergency management course offers flexibility and innovative experiential learning

Emergency management course offers flexibility and innovative experiential learning

Rob Fagan describes the innovative degrees offered to students who want to gain immersive, in the field training in emergency management

Our public private lives – external and internal conflict

Our public private lives – external and internal conflict

Larissa Sotieva looks at how in giving up our online privacy, we are in danger of making ourselves more prone to manipulation, and examines this paradox within the context of regions affected by violent conflict

Massive online open course in humanitarian essentials looks at risks, security and wellbeing

Massive online open course in humanitarian essentials looks at risks, security and wellbeing

Distance and online education change as quickly as the technology, pedagogy and adult education that support such learning morphs from one system to the next, writes Robert Fagan

Making drowning prevention a worldwide priority

Making drowning prevention a worldwide priority

Drowning is a silent epidemic that claims an estimated 360,000 lives every year, many of them children. But this leading killer isn’t getting the global attention it deserves

LORCA digs deeper to understand industry’s need for cybersecurity incident management

LORCA digs deeper to understand industry’s need for cybersecurity incident management

he mission of the London Office for Rapid Cybersecurity Advancement (LORCA) is to scale the most promising companies that can help ensure the UK is the safest place to be online, writes Lydia Ragoonanan

Returning fighters Part II: Speak No Evil

Returning fighters Part II: Speak No Evil

The second part of this series by Casey Brunelle discusses updates in some pertinent cases of returning ISIS members and examines the implications of statements surrounding the issue made by leading political figures

International military council on climate and security announced at The Hague

International military council on climate and security announced at The Hague

The IMCCS will be an international institution devoted to addressing the very real and urgent concerns militaries have about a changing climate

LORCA launches open call for its third cohort of cybersecurity innovators

LORCA launches open call for its third cohort of cybersecurity innovators

UK Government-backed centre announces Security by Design, Basics and Beyond as the three challenges most important to industry

Be the difference: Innovate, connect and inspire at this year's EENA conference

Be the difference: Innovate, connect and inspire at this year's EENA conference

With just a few weeks to go before the EENA Conference 2019, which takes place on April 10-12, 2019, we are excited to present the gathering point for emergency services and public safety professionals, writes Beatriz Peon

Returning fighters Part I: See no evil

Returning fighters Part I: See no evil

The first part of this series by Casey Brunelle introduces the issue of ISIS members – both frontline combatants and support personnel – returning, or seeking to return, to Western countries, specifically Canada

Six measures to maximise your corporate security strategy and ROI on a tight budget

Six measures to maximise your corporate security strategy and ROI on a tight budget

Tim Willis outlines six preventative measures to help you establish a cost-effective strategy, while maintaining – and even increasing – the effectiveness of your security operations centre

Emergency exercise prepares for large volcanic eruption in Iceland

Emergency exercise prepares for large volcanic eruption in Iceland

An emergency response exercise based on the scenario of a large volcanic eruption in Öræfajökull will take place in February 2019

A deeper level of training to engage knowledge and experience in resilience and emergency management

A deeper level of training to engage knowledge and experience in resilience and emergency management

The need to be prepared for these types of incidents has never been so important, says the Emergency Management and Resilience Centre at the University of Wolverhampton

Deep learning to detect the language patterns of fake and real news

Deep learning to detect the language patterns of fake and real news

The study uncovers language patterns that AI models link to factual and false articles, and researchers say this underscores need for further testing

CRJ Welcomes Giles Greenfield to its Editorial Advisory Panel

CRJ Welcomes Giles Greenfield to its Editorial Advisory Panel

Giles is CEO of Markham Special Risks, an insurance broker specialising in Kidnap for Ransom, Personal Accident and Travel insurance

CRJ welcomes Christine Jessup to its Editorial Advisory Panel

CRJ welcomes Christine Jessup to its Editorial Advisory Panel

We are excited to announce that long-time CRJ author Christine Jessup, from Australia, has joined the CRJ team

Stress-testing for climate impacts using ‘synthetic storms’

Stress-testing for climate impacts using ‘synthetic storms’

Digitally ‘moving’ past storms to new locations simulates the effects of extreme weather events on local infrastructure, according to new research