Strategic Technologies Program
The CSIS Strategic Technologies Program examines national strategy and policy on new technologies that affect military and economic performance, intelligence issues related to national technical means (NTM), and business and government strategies for the creation and governance of new technologies.
Since 2009, CSIS and CICIR have held seven formal meetings on cybersecurity (accompanied by several informal discussions), called “Track 2 Sino-U.S. Cybersecurity Dialogue.” The meetings have been attended by a broad range of U.S. and Chinese officials and scholars responsible for cybersecurity issues.
A project by the Strategic Technologies Program focusing on developments in cybersecurity. The project examines threats and tracks policy changes in the US and abroad.
The CSIS Project on Surveillance and Civil Liberties seeks to determine the best ways to balance the U.S.’s national security and intelligence needs, with civil liberties.
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