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Biography

Christopher Lake

Chris Lake is a member of the Training Adversary System Support Cell (TASSC), working out of HQFORCOMD G7 on the Information Operations Network (ION). He has worked on information and language/logic problems as an investigator and analyst in the areas of security and commercial intelligence in private industry. Chris also has wide experience across journalism and the creative industries, and has served as a Maritime Warfare Officer in the RAN.

 

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Trenchline

Metacognitive Dragons; An Argument in Favour of Human Centric Information Operations

Chris Lake provides insight into how the Training Adversary System Support Cell (the team introducing DATE) are building the Information Operations Network to 'hand craft the core human network which makes it capable of creating better detection and open source intelligence (OSINT) training'.

By Christopher Lake