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Dr. Jens Binder - Should Online Radicalisation Be Our Biggest Concern?

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Episode #004 – Dr. Jens Binder – Should online radicalisation be our biggest concern?
Dr. Jens Binder is Associate Professor of Psychology at Nottingham Trent University. His research focuses on cybersecurity and safety, social media engagement and user wellbeing as well as online communication. He draws on perspectives from cyberpsychology, cognitive psychology and human-computer interaction and uses predominantly quantitative methods. His work has been published in high profile journals including American Psychologist, Computers in Human Behaviour, New Media & Society and Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. He regularly supervises projects at PhD level and leads on a specialist Postgraduate degree in Cyberpsychology.
In this episode we talk through some of the following themes: Dr. Binder’s recent work on a publication for HM Prison and Probation Service (HMPPS) looking at radicalisation pathways of convicted terrorists in England and Wales, The differences in terrorist activity conducted by those radicalised online, offline or a hybrid of both, How dangerous online radicalisation really is, and the future of radicalisation and terrorism in the UK.
You can access the HMPPS report at: The Internet and radicalisation pathways: technological advances, relevance of mental health and role of attackers (publishing.service.gov.uk)
Pool Re Solutions have also produced a deep dive report exploring the HMPPS research and groups or individuals in the UK that may act as facilitators of in-person radicalisation which can be found on our website: Exploring the Importance of In-Person Radicalisation to Understand the UK Terrorism Threat - Pool Reinsurance
For regular insightful terrorism threat and risk information, as well as other Pool Re updates, please sign up to receive our emails at https://www.poolre.co.uk/signup/.

If you enjoyed this podcast episode, please subscribe on your streaming app of choice, and share so we can help build a better understanding of the terrorism threat to the UK.
Disclaimer: The views or statements expressed by guests are their own and their appearance on the podcast does not imply an endorsement of them or any entity they represent. Views and opinions expressed by Pool Re employees are those of the employees and do not necessarily reflect the view of Pool Re.

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Episode #004 – Dr. Jens Binder – Should online radicalisation be our biggest concern?
Dr. Jens Binder is Associate Professor of Psychology at Nottingham Trent University. His research focuses on cybersecurity and safety, social media engagement and user wellbeing as well as online communication. He draws on perspectives from cyberpsychology, cognitive psychology and human-computer interaction and uses predominantly quantitative methods. His work has been published in high profile journals including American Psychologist, Computers in Human Behaviour, New Media & Society and Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. He regularly supervises projects at PhD level and leads on a specialist Postgraduate degree in Cyberpsychology.
In this episode we talk through some of the following themes: Dr. Binder’s recent work on a publication for HM Prison and Probation Service (HMPPS) looking at radicalisation pathways of convicted terrorists in England and Wales, The differences in terrorist activity conducted by those radicalised online, offline or a hybrid of both, How dangerous online radicalisation really is, and the future of radicalisation and terrorism in the UK.
You can access the HMPPS report at: The Internet and radicalisation pathways: technological advances, relevance of mental health and role of attackers (publishing.service.gov.uk)
Pool Re Solutions have also produced a deep dive report exploring the HMPPS research and groups or individuals in the UK that may act as facilitators of in-person radicalisation which can be found on our website: Exploring the Importance of In-Person Radicalisation to Understand the UK Terrorism Threat - Pool Reinsurance
For regular insightful terrorism threat and risk information, as well as other Pool Re updates, please sign up to receive our emails at https://www.poolre.co.uk/signup/.

If you enjoyed this podcast episode, please subscribe on your streaming app of choice, and share so we can help build a better understanding of the terrorism threat to the UK.
Disclaimer: The views or statements expressed by guests are their own and their appearance on the podcast does not imply an endorsement of them or any entity they represent. Views and opinions expressed by Pool Re employees are those of the employees and do not necessarily reflect the view of Pool Re.

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