Insights & Research


What Does a Government Shutdown Mean for Cybersecurity?

As a U.S. government shutdown looms, the impact on cybersecurity may be significant as workforce is furloughed leaving potential gaps.

Has Progress Made Been in Federal Cybersecurity? CSC 2.0 Wants More

Strides have been made since the Cyberspace Solarium Commission report was issued in 2020 but more work is still to come.

Episode 5: The New DoD Cyber Strategy with Deputy Assistant Secretary Mieke Eoyang

Mieke Eoyang, the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Cyber Policy, provides valuable insights around the 2023 DoD Cyber Strategy summary and her thoughts on how cyber warfare have significantly evolved in the last decade.

Untangling the Web of Redlines: The UN Cybercrime Convention possible stalemate

Unless disagreements between western democracies and authoritarian regimes on key issues of the cybercrime treaty are resolved quickly, it’s unlikely that a treaty will materialize in 2024.

LATAM CISO Summit 2023: What should we expect?

The Center for Cybersecurity Policy and Law and its Digi Americas Alliance have released details about the second annual LATAM CISO Summit in Madrid, Spain, Oct. 2-3.

What’s new with the CSF 2.0?

NIST's Cybersecurity Framework 2.0 increases implementation guidance and focuses in measurements and assessments. Comments close in November with a 2024 release.

White House Announces Effort to Help K-12 Schools with Cybersecurity

The White House holds a summit to help school strengthen their cybersecurity.

Won’t someone think of the cybersecurity: Recent agreements on cross-border data flows

Individuals have the right to have their data protected and new data privacy frameworks aim to do just that. But cross-border data analysis can help identify malicious cyber activities and cross-border cloud storage can increase systems' resilience.

Putting the DC in DEF CON … and other cybersecurity events

Hacker Summer Camp where policymakers and security researchers meet.

Episode 2: UN Cybercrime Convention with Kaja Ciglic

The latest episode of Distilling Cyber Policy Podcast discusses the United Nations cybercrime treaty with Kaja Ciglic, the Senior Director for Digital Diplomacy at Microsoft.