Critical Infrastructure

In 2016, IPRI co-sponsored a series of five workshops examining the challenge of securing critical infrastructure. The event focused on four critical economic sectors, all of which are overwhelmingly or entirely in private hands: electricity, finance, communications, and oil-and-natural-gas (ONG). Based on the workshops, the critical infrastructure group is finalizing a report that makes both long- and short-term recommendations of broad applicability to critical infrastructure.

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COVID-19 Apps: Data Transparency and Data Governance Through UX/UI Design

Published on 2020-12-02

Written by Stephanie Nguyen & Ilaria Liccardi Nine months after the COVID-19 outbreak in the…

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Legal Risks Faced by Security Researchers: A New Guide

Published on 2020-11-13

Written by Sunoo Park. Just last month, over 75 prominent security researchers signed a letter…

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Research: Keeping America Safe: Toward More Secure Networks for Critical Sectors

Published on 2017-03-24

How Safe Is The Infrastructure We Consider Critical? The critical networks keep America‚Äôs lights on,…

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Research: Ex-post mitigation strategies for theft of non-financial data

Published on 2016-03-30

As the financial sector has gotten better at dealing with data breaches of payment card…

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Research: Keys under doormats

Published on 2015-07-07

Mandating insecurity by requiring government access to all data and communications Released: 7 July 2015…

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