Technology and Cybersecurity
Analyzing how technological change can transform the way countries interrelate, whether by increasing wealth and improving living standards or by creating new political, economic, and security questions that challenge existing governmental institutions.
Understanding issues related to building a comprehensive national cybersecurity strategy that recognizes security threats and challenges facing the U.S. while respecting privacy and civil liberties.
Intelligence supports critical missions from cyber-espionage to counter-terrorism. Examining the relationship between technological innovation, civil liberties, and intelligence systems such as signals intelligence and national technical means.
New technologies will determine how future conflicts are fought and won. Exploring the nexus between technologies with defense applications and emerging challenges to combat effectiveness.
Understanding the role of civil space development in national and international security and foreign policy.
The pace of technological innovation is transforming how we communicate, collaborate, and coordinate across all sectors. Analyzing how rapid change affects all aspects of society, from national security to our daily lives.
Studying Technology and Cybersecurity
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The goal of the CyberViz Competition is to enable a deeper understanding of vulnerability, crime, and conflict in cyberspace through interactive data visualizations.
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The current state of the encryption debate is one centered on country-specific issues and authorities surrounding the protection private communications while enabling access for legitimate government law enforcement and national security purposes. CSIS will seek to identify principles for domestic and international policy and outline a roadmap for government action.
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