Since the Snowden disclosures in 2013, the relationship between the U.S. government and the tech community has been strained. This Council Special Report offers recommendations for repairing the relationship and moving forward on issues such as encryption, data localization, and cybersecurity.
For years, the U.S. government has tried to prod the insurance industry to offer coverage for cybersecurity-related losses. CFR Senior Fellow Robert K. Knake explores the challenges of growing the cyber insurance market and what can be done about it.
How will the Obama administration follow up its accusation of Russian-directed cyberattacks on U.S. political institutions? An effective, proportionate response will be tricky to maneuver, writes CFR’s Adam Segal.
Beginning with the Stuxnet virus launched by the United States at an Iranian nuclear facility in 2010 and continuing through to the most recent Sony hacking scandal, A Hacked World Order exposes how the Internet has ushered in a new era of geopolitical maneuvering and reveals the tremendous and terrifying implications for our economic livelihood, security, and personal identity.
Federally backstopped cyber insurance could be used to address a series of widely recognized and persistent cybersecurity problems.
The Digital and Cyberspace Policy program addresses one of the most challenging issues facing the country in the 21st century: how to keep the global Internet open, secure, and resilient in the face of unprecedented threats.