Courteney commenced her PhD studies with the National Security College in March 2016. After undergraduate studies in French, Spanish and politics, Courteney completed a Masters of International Studies at the University of Otago before pursuing a Master of International Security, specialising in Intelligence, with Massey University.
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My dissertation examines the effect of the securitization of cyberspace on the development of the cyber counterintelligence discipline and associated policies and practices. The overall goal of the project is two-fold: to discover whether cyberspace has been successfully securitized, and if so, how; and whether that securitization process has affected the development of the field of cyber counterintelligence.
“Cyber counterintelligence: Concept, actors, and implications for security.” In A. Colarik, J. Jang-Jaccard, & A. Mathrani (Eds.), Cyber Security and Policy: A Substantive Dialogue (pp. 109-128). Palmerston North: Massey University Press
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The Australian National University
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