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Sun, Jul 26, 2020

Breaking trust: The dataset

Want to dive deeper into the Breaking Trust database? You have come to the right place.

Resources by Trey Herr, Nancy Messiah, June Lee, Will Loomis, and Stewart Scott

Cybersecurity Technology & Innovation
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Sun, Jul 26, 2020

Breaking trust: Shades of crisis across an insecure software supply chain

Software supply chain security remains an under-appreciated domain of national security policymaking. Working to improve the security of software supporting private sector enterprise as well as sensitive Defense and Intelligence organizations requires more coherent policy response together industry and open source communities.

In-Depth Research & Reports by Dr. Trey Herr, William Loomis, Stewart Scott, June Lee

Cybersecurity Defense Technologies

Sun, Jul 26, 2020

App stores in focus

App stores and hubs are a popular target for software supply chain attacks on large numbers of users, exploiting trust in proprietary app ecosystems and the security of storefronts like Play Store and App Store.

Feature by Trey Herr, June Lee, Will Loomis, and Stewart Scott

Cybersecurity Technology & Innovation

Stewart Scott is a program assistant with the Atlantic Council’s GeoTech Center. In this role, he manages a wide range of projects at the intersection of emerging technologies and dynamic geopolitical landscapes. He also conducts research and provides written analysis for publication on Atlantic Council platforms and works on joint projects with other centers in the Atlantic Council. 

Stewart earned his B.A. from Princeton University at the School of Public and International Affairs along with a minor in Computer Science. His course of study centered on misinformation, social media policy, online extremism, journalism, and American political and economic history. He joined the Atlantic Council after interning with its Cyber Statecraft Initiative in the Scowcroft Center for Strategy and Security.