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Beefing Up Cybersecurity

THE concept of middle power is one fraught with relativism, where the... Read More

Technological rivalry, international politics and cybersecurity

US President Donald Trump’s recent Executive Order and the placement of Huawei... Read More

A 'New' Terrorism Threat in 'New Malaysia'

Malaysia’s Terrorism threat must be addressed at community level to prevent resurgence... Read More

Combining Defence Diplomacy and Foreign Policy to Project Malaysia as a Middle Power: A Case for Cybersecurity Development

The concept of middle power is one fraught with relativism, where the... Read More

Tackling Radical Messages

“THE pen is mightier than the sword”, is a popular saying, depicting... Read More

Building Trust in Cyberspace

THE world of tomorrow promises to be data driven, arguably even more... Read More

Role for Asean in North Korea issue?

THE year 2017 unfolded with much activity on the Korean peninsula. The... Read More

Bolstering Defence in Cyberspace

Article by Farlina Said which appeared in New Straits Times, February 2,... Read More

Be Wary of What You Say, the Internet Can Hear You

IDEAS: Cyberspace can amplify a message good or bad and propel it... Read More

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Ms Farlina Said

Farlina Said is an Analyst in the Foreign Policy and Security Studies programme of ISIS Malaysia. She graduated from S Rajaratnam School of International Studies (RSIS), Nanyang Technological University with a MSc (Strategic Studies). She is also an alumna of Monash University, having completed her Bachelor of Arts in the institution prior to the masters degree. Her work experience is inclusive of a position in the Star as a writer in the Supplements section and as a Research Executive in Perdana Global Peace Foundation. She is interested in the interaction between society and psychology in violent radicalisation as well as the realm of cyberspace.


Published Articles

Beefing Up Cybersecurity

18 June 2019
THE concept of middle power is one fraught with relativism, where the power projected is in relation to another state or, in a multilateral setting,...

Technological rivalry, international politics and cybersecurity

30 May 2019
US President Donald Trump’s recent Executive Order and the placement of Huawei on the US Department of Commerce’s Bureau of Industry and Security Entity List...

A 'New' Terrorism Threat in 'New Malaysia'

11 May 2019
Malaysia’s Terrorism threat must be addressed at community level to prevent resurgence of groups such as Islamic State The concept of Malaysia Baru or New...

Combining Defence Diplomacy and Foreign Policy to Project Malaysia as a Middle Power: A Case for Cybersecurity Development

16 April 2019
The concept of middle power is one fraught with relativism, where the power projected is in relation to another state or, in a multilateral setting,...

Tackling Radical Messages

11 December 2018
“THE pen is mightier than the sword”, is a popular saying, depicting the possibility of how a couple of words on a page can be...
Building trust in cyberspace

Building Trust in Cyberspace

01 May 2018
THE world of tomorrow promises to be data driven, arguably even more so than today. The advent of the Internet of Things and cloud computing...
Role for Asean in North Korea issue?

Role for Asean in North Korea issue?

12 December 2017
THE year 2017 unfolded with much activity on the Korean peninsula. The year saw around 20 ballistic missile launches and what was dubbed the most...
Bolstering Defence in Cyberspace

Bolstering Defence in Cyberspace

02 February 2016
Article by Farlina Said which appeared in New Straits Times, February 2, 2016. Download
Be Wary of What You Say, the Internet Can Hear You

Be Wary of What You Say, the Internet Can Hear You

01 September 2015
IDEAS: Cyberspace can amplify a message good or bad and propel it to influence many THE mediated environment is often regarded as innocent in its...