In-Depth Research & Reports Oct 4, 2021
Raising the colors: Signaling for cooperation on maritime cybersecurity
By William Loomis, Virpratap Vikram Singh, Dr. Gary C. Kessler, Dr. Xavier Bellekens
Few industries are as critical to the global economy as the maritime transportation system (MTS). However, the efficient operation of the MTS is at risk, as the industry is increasingly vulnerable to cyber threats. The MTS must work to raise its baseline for cybersecurity and better protect its actors from systemic cyber threats going forward.
Issue Brief Aug 31, 2021
Trusted connectivity: A framework for a free, open, and connected world
By Kaush Arha
As democracies address the global demand for a free, open, and connected world while ensuring that local and global emissions targets are met, they need an organizing framework: the concept of “trusted connectivity.”
New Atlanticist Aug 4, 2021
National Cyber Director Chris Inglis: We need to become a ‘harder target’ for our adversaries
By Katherine Walla
How do you strengthen an entire nation’s cyber defenses? That’s the task facing Inglis, who spoke about his priorities in his new White House role at the Atlantic Council.
The Atlantic Council’s Cyber Statecraft Initiative, under the Digital Forensic Research Lab (DFRLab), works at the nexus of geopolitics and cybersecurity to craft strategies to help shape the conduct of statecraft and to better inform and secure users of technology.