Portrait

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.

 

The views expressed in this article are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the position of the Australian Army, the Department of Defence or the Australian Government.


War Room

Rebuilding the Fourth Wall

What role does multimedia play in training our soldiers and how can we use it to create intense and realistic training? Read on to find out how the Army is employing multimedia now.

By Christopher Lake

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

War Room

William Gibson and Imagined Futures

This article makes the case that imaginative thinking should have more of a role in Army's analytics.

By Christopher Lake

War Room

The Limits of Shadow Boxing: Creating Complex Information Environments with ION

This article provides an overview of using simulation for training personnel within the intelligence domain.

By Christopher Lake

Trenchline

Qui Bono? Expected Utility Theory in Training Exercises

This brief article provides a case for using utility theory models to enhance training acitivities.

By Christopher Lake

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