Certainly an important component of Cognitive Security is public education and this commentary from a former military member highlights that.
“Napoleon said “never interrupt your enemy when he’s making a mistake” and we are making a mistake by digging a deep fighting position in our polarized viewpoints, but we can interrupt that. We are the United States of America, and stronger when we can come together and solve problems. So the next time you click “like” or “share” on social media, think about how that information got in front of you that you are happily consuming, then think about it through the eyes of our enemies. Don’t let the decoy push you into the kill zone of a polarized society and into believing false narratives.”
See the whole thing here.