The Center for Cybersecurity Policy and Law is a nonprofit (501(c)(6) organization that develops, advances, and promotes best practices and educational opportunities among cybersecurity professionals. The Center provides a forum for thought leadership for the benefit of those in the industry including members of civil society and government entities in the area of cybersecurity and related technology policy. The Center seeks to leverage the experience of leaders in the field to ensure a robust marketplace for cybersecurity technologies that will encourage professionals, companies, and groups of all sizes to take steps to improve their cybersecurity practices.
How Costa Rica Found Itself At War Over Ransomware
Belisario Contreas's opinion piece in CSO explains how Costa Rica failed to implement the cyber-preparedness strategy that it laid out five years ago and now serves as an example not only to other Latin American nations but also to the world.
Mobile Future: Pathways to Continued Improvement in Mobile Security and Privacy
As cybersecurity experts across the digital economy struggle to keep pace with ever-evolving threats, advancements in mobile security and privacy offer a vision into how security can be done properly while enabling continuous improvement. While new…
Better Identity Coalition
Launched in February 2018, the Better Identity Coalition is a nonprofit organization focused on developing and advancing consensus-driven, cross-sector policy solutions that promote the development and adoption of better solutions for identity verification and authentication.
Launched in February 2016, the Cybersecurity Coalition works with leaders to develop consensus-driven policy solutions that promote a vibrant cybersecurity ecosystem, support the development and adoption of innovations, and encourage organizations to take steps to improve their cybersecurity.
Coalition to Reduce Cyber Risk
The Coalition to Reduce Cyber Risk (CR2) is a multi-sector, multi-national coalition, partnering with governments around the world to increase adoption of risk-based approaches to cybersecurity. Our principles for cybersecurity risk management are grounded in industry experience and a successful track record and include: clarity and consistency, risk-based, outcome focused, and agility.
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