Paul Ingram, Executive Director of BASIC, speaks to BBC News about heightening tensions between the US and Iran, as US host an emergency UN Security Council meeting to discuss civil unrest in the region.
Paul Ingram, Executive Director of BASIC, speaks to the BBC's Chris Sibthorpe about North Korea's lofted ballistic missile test on the 29th November 2017 and whether it can yet strike the US mainland with a nuclear missile.
Following it's publication, the Independent reported on the findings of BASIC's cyber security report, Hacking UK Trident. The article placed the report in it's political context, noting the contentious debates surrounding the renewal of the UK's nuclear deterrent.
In June 2017, the Guardian pubished an article exploring some of the key themes of BASIC's cyber security report, Hacking UK Trident. It acknowledged some of Tridents' cyber vulnerabilities, as identified in the report and gauged the reaction of Des Browne, the former UK defence secretary: