Cybersecurity

Cybersecurity

Normalizing Cybersecurity: Improving Cyber Incident Response with the Incident Command System

By Darin Hanson – Executive Summary – In February of 2018, the state of Colorado became the first state in the nation to issue an emergency declaration for a cyber attack after its Department of Transportation was struck with ransomware.[1]  …

Normalizing Cybersecurity: Improving Cyber Incident Response with the Incident Command System

International Governance of Non-State Actors in Cyberspace: Is A Single Entity Sufficient for Dispute Resolution?

By Jaclyn Francis – Executive Summary – The 21st century digital “Information Age” is characterized by dynamism, innovation, and new technological capabilities. The cyber domain provides limitless technological capabilities to improve living in the modern world. As technological capabilities expand …

International Governance of Non-State Actors in Cyberspace: Is A Single Entity Sufficient for Dispute Resolution?

The Mole in Your Pocket: A Study of the Data Gathering Capabilities and Security Implications of Modern Smartphones

By Paula Maxson – Executive Summary – According to a survey by the Pew Research Center, 77 percent of U.S. adults own a smartphone. Since most smartphone users are completely unaware of the sensors that are built into their phones, …

The Mole in Your Pocket: A Study of the Data Gathering Capabilities and Security Implications of Modern Smartphones

Incentivizing Cyber Security Investment in the Power Sector Using An Extended Cyber Insurance Framework

Collaboration between the DHS Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) and public-sector partners has revealed that a dearth of cyber-incident data combined with the unpredictability of cyber attacks have contributed to a shortfall in first-party cyber insurance protection in the critical infrastructure community.

By Jack Rosson, Mason Rice, Juan Lopez, and David Fass

Implementation of Active Cyber Defense Measures by Private Entities: The Need for an International Body to Address Disputes

By Ike Barnes – Executive Summary – News reports about cyber-attacks against corporations are commonplace. A search of Google News on July 31, 2017, for cyber-attacks yielded eight articles from the same day on the first page of the search …

Implementation of Active Cyber Defense Measures by Private Entities: The Need for an International Body to Address Disputes

Cyber Federalism: Defining Cyber’s Jurisdictional Boundaries

By Eric Rosner – Executive Summary – As technology matures and produces new opportunities for human advancement, it also creates new threats and vulnerabilities. Today’s interconnected and interdependent systems heighten these risks because they increase the likelihood of a cyber-attack …

Cyber Federalism: Defining Cyber’s Jurisdictional Boundaries

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