- ReportSep 30, 2015
In July 2015, CSIS hosted a workshop to discuss existing information and communication technology for development (ICT4D) initiatives and strategies driven by development agencies and private companies to identify what they are doing wrong and how they can be improved.
- ReportSep 25, 2015
Technology innovations in the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) have delivered unmatched national security capability for the United States for the greater part of seven decades. Federal research and development funding is at the heart of the U.S. high-technology advantage. Continuing to push the technology envelope is central to maintaining U.S. preeminence in military capability.
- CommentarySep 25, 2015
Violent extremists of all stripes have become increasingly adept at using the internet and social media to propagate their ideologies and radicalize and recruit a generation that has grown up online.
- CommentarySep 23, 2015
President Xi Jinping of China is no Hu Jintao. His speech yesterday in Seattle was full of wit, literary references, and personal reflections. He also directly responded to a long list of concerns across the policy spectrum, from the economy to security to human rights.
- CommentarySep 21, 2015
If press reports are accurate, it is a welcome development that the United States and China (in response to the threat of sanctions) have begun negotiations on cybersecurity in preparation for the upcoming summit. The Obama administration has a unique moment of leverage on cyber security with China and must be careful not to squander it.
- ReportBy Denise E. Zheng, William A. CarterSep 17, 2015
The Internet of Things (IoT) is transforming the way organizations communicate, collaborate, and coordinate everyday business and industrial processes. Adoption of IoT technologies has proven beneficial to organizations that manage large numbers of assets and coordinate complex and distributed processes. Decades ago, the U.S.
- CommentarySep 15, 2015
Recent leaks reporting that the United States might sanction China reflects growing – but not universal - agreement in Washington that the United States needs to respo
- ReportAug 28, 2015
In the spring of 2015, the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) hosted a roundtable discussion with key subject-matter experts to develop practical, actionable recommendations for ways to shape the future of biometric and identity intelligence in the security landscape.
- ReportBy Denise E. Zheng, William A. CarterJul 17, 2015
The U.S. financial sector is a major target for global cybercriminals. Cybercrime is a growing industry around the world imposing significant costs on firms that fail to implement adequate safeguards. Regulators are taking notice of the increased risk of cyber threats.
- CommentaryJul 2, 2015
We Wuz Robbed
“A colloquial expression for instances in which one has been tricked or outsmarted, often used in a sports context.”