- Nov 10, 2015
The CSIS Strategic Technologies Program hosted a launch event for their September report, “Leveraging the Internet of Things for a More Efficient and Effective Military.” The Internet of Things (IoT) is transforming the way organizations communicate, collaborate, and coordinate everyday business and industrial processes.
- Nov 5, 2015
The Center for Strategic and International Studies is gathering a panel composed of a broad range of experts to assess spectrum management and offer recommendations for change at a time when new technologies and services have created a rising demand that outstrips supply of spectrum.
- Oct 30, 2015
New technologies have altered the way nations conduct armed conflict. Advanced cyber techniques and autonomous weapons systems are two salient examples, and nations can wield these tools to great effect. As these technologies proliferate, international bodies need to consider how existing legal frameworks keep pace with on-the-ground realities.
- Oct 21, 2015
Director, Marketing and Communications, IBM Global Public Sector and Smarter Cities
President, Asia Pacific, Bechtel
Deputy Representative, North American Regional Office, Asian Development Bank
- Oct 14, 2015
The Center for Strategic and International Studies invites you to a Statesmen's Forum on: Challenges to Global Democratic Governance
The Hon. Julie Bishop MP
Minister for Foreign Affairs of Australia
- Sep 30, 2015
For the past two weeks, all eyes have been on Chile as it works to recover from a devastating earthquake. But the country's problems stretch beyond the recent natural disaster. The past year has seen the Chilean economy falter, even as corruption scandals wreak havoc on both sides of the country's political spectrum.
- Sep 10, 2015
As cyber attacks become more frequent and more damaging, the cost of not being prepared is rising and companies are considering how to mitigate risk. The insurance industry can play an important role in managing cyber risk, but it needs to better understand the threat and quantify the potential damages.
- Jul 24, 2015
A proposed rule by the Bureau of Industry and Security to control the export of intrusion software platforms has raised considerable interest within the security research community. Some companies worry that vulnerability testing could become much more burdensome under the regulations because of new licensing hurdles.