Welcome to the OSIRIS Codex, where we explain and explore the relationship between Online Society, International Relations, and Information Security.
In an interconnected world, it makes sense that interconnected issues would be as important as the issues themselves. While online society, international relations and information security each attract massive attention, the interaction between the three issues draws less analysis. It is simply implausible that three of the most important global environments operate completely independently. The relationships are also neither as obvious nor straightforward as some writers make them seem.
The OSIRIS Codex explains issues important to everyone. If you are reading this, you are a part of online society. In our interconnected world, more people are a part of international relations than ever before, from statesmen to farmers in Iowa. Information security should be a concern for everyone, but your position in online society and international relations affect how much of a concern.
The OSIRIS Codex is a new media publication that explains how online society, international relations and information security affect each other, and to make that analysis available to YOU. This newsletter explains things that affect YOU but which YOU may not be aware of. Reading the Codex will help YOU understand the world to make better decisions to save YOU money and protect your interests.
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