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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AI Tool Builders and Their Users: What Should We Expect From the Tools and Who Is Responsible When They Fail?
Written by: Daniel J. Weitzner February 19, 2019 In the midst of a heated global…Read More
Authored by Michael Specter This week, the Australian parliament will hear testimony on a bill that,…Read More
Student Reflections: Haining Xu Boundary-Setting of Governmental Powers in China’s Cybersecurity Law: An Ongoing Process…Read More
Did the Russians really hack into the US Electrical Grid? Were they able to hack…Read More
By: Jonathan Frankle On February 14th, Arvind Narayanan visited IPRI from Princeton University, where he…Read More
Expanding the Research Exemptions Provided by the Internet of Things Cybersecurity Improvement Act By: James…Read More
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