Cybersecurity, encryption and critical infrastructure policy
IPRI’s cybersecurity work focuses on the engineering and social scientific aspects of security issues related to communication networks and software systems as they affect the society and economy at large. Our cybersecurity work covers the encryption debate, securing core economic and social infrastructure, securing the Internet of Things and developing secure communication channels between ISPs and users.
A team from MIT’s Internet Policy Research Initiative has been awarded the Electronic Frontier Foundation…Read More
As the financial sector has gotten better at dealing with data breaches of payment card…Read More
Forum on Data Privacy Convened by the Massachusetts Attorney General Date: 24 Mar 2016 Thursday,…Read More
Why Internet policy matters for everything from MIT’s startup culture to the global economy European…Read More