IPRI’s cybersecurity work focuses on the technical and policy aspects of security issues as they relate to the communication networks and software systems affecting the global society and economy.
Our multidisciplinary cybersecurity work covers: the encryption debate, accountability, securing core economic and social infrastructure, measuring cyber risk, cryptography, data sharing, securing the Internet of Things, and developing secure communication channels between ISPs and users.
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An increasingly large amount of our society and economy depends on our ability to keep…Read More
While contact tracing apps can help us control the spread of COVID-19, they also come…Read More
In a recent New York Times article titled, Amid Pandemic and Upheaval, New Cyber Risks…Read More
ImPACT 2020: PACT Project Holds First Collaborative, Virtual Workshop to Tackle Key Technical Issues in Private Automated Contact Tracing
Today, during the first ImPACT 2020 event, world-leading computer scientists in cryptography, cybersecurity, and wireless…Read More
MIT PhD Students Michael Specter and James Koppel as well as MIT IPRI Founding Director…Read More
The Cybersecurity Team
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