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Sean Tan is a Senior Analyst for the Cyber and Homeland Defence Programme at CENS. He previously graduated with an MPhil in World History from the University of Cambridge. Prior to joining CENS, he had been based at the Centre for Information Integrity and the Internet (IN-cube), a centre that aims to help promote information integrity in online spaces. A one-time prospective historian with a keen interest in non-traditional security matters, Sean will be continuing work in this space, which includes Distortions Rumours Untruths Misinformation Smears (DRUMS), foreign interference and hybrid threats, and corporate censorship through algorithms.
Areas of Expertise
- Security partnerships vis-à-vis the resurgence of great power politics
- Media and cultural studies
- Postcolonial legacies in Southeast Asia
Regulating Online Harms: Are Current Efforts Working – Or Even Workable?
23 November, 2023
Influence-for-Hire: Southeast Asia's Shadow Economy?
17 March, 2022
CENS Workshop on DRUMS: “Security in a Post Truth World”
30 January, 2023
Commemorative / Event Reports
Last updated on 21/11/2021