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New Cyber Brief: Maintaining U.S. Leadership on Internet Governance

by Adam Segal
A shopkeeper displays an unlocked Apple iPhone 3G at a mobile phone shop in northern Tehran on November 1, 2008. (Reuters/Morteza Nikoubazl)

The Digital and Cyberspace Policy Program has launched a new Cyber Brief. This one is authored by Megan Stifel, founder of Silicon Harbor Consultants and former director for international cyber policy at the National Security Council.

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New Cyber Brief: Improving Supply-Chain Policy for U.S. Government Procurement of Technology

by Adam Segal
Classified Information Sharing Net Politics Cyber CFR U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Jerome Duhan, a network administrator with the 97th Communications Squadron, inserts a hard drive into the network control center retina server at Altus Air Force Base, Okla. in 2014. (Senior Airman Franklin R. Ramos, U.S. Air Force).

The Digital and Cyberspace Policy Program has launched its fourth Cyber Brief. This one is authored by Danielle Kriz, cybersecurity fellow at New America and formerly the director for global cybersecurity policy at the Information Technology Industry Council. Read more »

New Cyber Brief: Developing a Proportionate Response to a Cyber Incident

by Adam Segal
Situation Room CFR Cyber Net Politics Proportionality Proportionate The seal of the president of the United States is seen on the wall of one of the rooms of White House Situation Room in 2007. (Yuri Gripas/Reuters).

The Digital and Cyberspace Policy Program has launched its third Cyber Brief. This one is authored by Tobias Feakin, director of the International Cyber Policy Centre at the Australian Strategic Policy Institute.

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Launch of the Cyber Brief Series

by Adam Segal
Cyber Brief Net Politics CFR A general view of the large former monitoring base of the National Security Agency at the break of dawn in Bad Aibling south of Munich, Germany, in 2013. (Michael Dalder/Courtesy Reuters).

I am pleased to launch the publication of the Digital and Cyberspace Policy Program’s first Cyber Brief. Cyber Briefs are short memos that offer concrete recommendations on cybersecurity, Internet governance, online privacy, and the trade of digital goods and services. They will be published bimonthly.

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