Article by Tasha Jhangiani and Frances SchroederNov 30, 2021
Improving Cybersecurity Outcomes in the Telecommunications Sector
Article by Tasha Jhangiani and Frances Schroeder
From Internet service providers (ISPs) to cable companies, the telecommunications industry facilitates rapid and widespread communication across the globe. With recent increases in cyber attacks, telecommunications firms have been affected by cyber threats more than ever before. Due to the significant amount of private information that is shared and stored through the critical networks they […]
Article by Emma Schroeder, Logan Wolff, and the Cyber Statecraft InitiativeNov 19, 2021
A Lunar Guide to Ransomware: Choose-your-own-adventure
Article by Emma Schroeder, Logan Wolff, and the Cyber Statecraft Initiative
Check out the Cyber Statecraft Initiative's ransomware choose-your-own-adventure story!
Article by Emma Schroeder and the Cyber Statecraft InitiativeNov 19, 2021
Software Supply Chains: Turns Out All You Need to Trust is Caffeine and Cats
Article by Emma Schroeder and the Cyber Statecraft Initiative
In the first episode of The Cyber Moonshot, we invite you to join us a few hundred years from now, in a quaint little food court on the surface of the moon. As we explore the lives and foibles of the lunar inhabitants, we will also explore the complexities and absurdities of cybersecurity. From software supply chains to smart homes to phishing, we will pull common cyber headaches and lessons away from the abstract or technical and firmly into a world where cats can sense trust and the cloud has a sentience of their own.
Article by Christopher PrebleNov 1, 2021
The consequences of a US overreaction to the perceived threat of terrorism
Article by Christopher Preble
In the twenty years since 9/11, for example, favorable attitudes toward the United States have declined globally, with some of the sharpest declines in key US allies like Germany and the United Kingdom.
Article by Jennifer A. CounterSep 7, 2021
Extremist communications: The future is corporate
Article by Jennifer A. Counter
Digital platforms have enabled white supremacists such as The Base to build out networks in North America, Europe, and Australia, and provide extremist groups with a low- to zero-cost means to disseminate their messages.
Article by Nate RosenblattSep 7, 2021
Does treating Syria as a State Sponsor of Terrorism advance or hold back US national security interests?
Article by Nate Rosenblatt
In 1979, the United States designated Syria as a state sponsor of terrorism, putting it on its first-ever such list along with Libya, Iraq, and the former South Yemen.
Article by Mary McCordSep 7, 2021
Combating domestic extremism means combating the insider threat in law enforcement
Article by Mary McCord
Dozens of law enforcement officers have been investigated or charged for their participation in events culminating in the January 6, 2021, insurrection at the US Capitol.
Article by Arun IyerSep 7, 2021
Preparing for future concepts in terrorism: Non-kinetic acts and decentralization
Article by Arun Iyer
Twenty years ago, on September 11, 2001, the world saw a coordinated attack on the United States that struck us as “unimaginable” at the time.
Article by Barry Pavel and Vikram VenkatramSep 7, 2021
Facing the future of bioterrorism
Article by Barry Pavel and Vikram Venkatram
Biotechnology has developed at an astounding rate over the first twenty years of the twenty-first century. Emerging biotechnological tools have become cheaper and more accessible than ever before, and less expertise is necessary to use those tools effectively.