Cyber Security

Cyber-Insecurity: How to Improve America's Digital Defenses

America isn’t optimizing its digital defenses. Today, U.S. government efforts to defend information systems, protect critical infrastructure, and respond to incidents are based on a combination of Department-by-Department actions, frequently isolated regulations, and an uneven culture of information-sharing between industry, government, and the security research community.  Although there are many positive initiatives underway, the current environment can be characterized more as independent actions with brittle boundaries than a sufficiently empowered government organization.  

Platform Patrol: China, the United States, and the Global Battle for Data Security

Ukraine’s 2019 Elections: Preparing for More Russian Cyberattacks

BY NIKOLAS KOZLOFF

Lies, Bots, and Social Media: Global Fellow Nina Jankowicz Testifies Before Helsinki Commission

At this Helsinki Commission briefing, Global Fellow Nina Jankowicz  and other distinguished experts will examine the implications of computational propaganda on national and international politics and explore options available to Congress and the private sector to confront and negate its pernicious influence.

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The Real Challenges of Artificial Intelligence: Automating Cyber Attacks

Most cyber attacks today do not occur instantaneously with the push of a button. They are resource and time-intensive endeavors (especially the reconnaissance phase), that are orchestrated by humans and unfold at human speeds; the time and resources needed by the adversary are directly proportional to the quality and level of defenses employed on the network.

The Changing Mobility Ecosystem: Our Autonomous Future

By Jeremy Spaulding, Emma Grossman, Aidan Reilly Giunta

Corresponding Author: Jeremy Spaulding

Manipulating Fast, and Slow

As a discipline, cyberpsychology focuses on the impact of emerging technologies on human behavior. In this article, Dr. Mary Aiken talks about how the discipline helps us better understand online manipulation of audiences -- particularly in the context of recent elections. Most critically, cyberpsychology as a discipline may offer the tools to examine critical questions in security to fake news and we must fully explore this potential. Read more by downloading the brief below.

Security and the Connected Vehicle

Today's vehicles have effectively become computers on wheels: from navigation systems to infotainment to HMI (human-machine interface). To date, these technologies have helped to improve the overall experience of driving in many ways. But are security protocols being properly considered in implementing such technologies? Are these systems built to last in today's high-threat cyber environments? What is the mobility sector doing to secure transportation today and tomorrow? How do smart cities and government regulations impact these connected vehicles?

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