There is a new draft Cyber Executive Order making the rounds .... here's a draft.
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In late March 2017, I was invited to submit for the record my views on “the Promises and Perils of Emerging Technologies for Cybersecurity" before the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation. What follows below is what I submitted for the hearing record held on March 22, slightly modified to include some references.
There's something going on inside the intelligence communities in at least two countries, and we have no idea what it is.
Video of a conference on Foreign Interference with Democratic Institutions hosted the Center for Ethics and the Rule of Law (CERL), University of Pennsylvania Law School.
Today, the Shadow Brokers group released what may be their most damaging dump against the NSA to date and without question the most damaging post-Snowden release.
While the basic contours of the encryption debate in Germany are similar to the US, there are also important differences that shape Germany’s approach to crypto policy.
The 2017 NDAA paves the way for CYBERCOM to be elevated to a fully independent unified combatant command and maintains a more hotly contested opportunity for CYBERCOM to be split from the NSA.
Proposals to establish international norms against intruding against other nations' critical infrastructures fail to recognize that while few nation-states want to cause massive systemic risk, nobody can agree on what constitutes systemic risk or what trade-offs are worth what level of risk of a calamitous event.
This is the final installment in a three-part series on Judge Neil Gorsuch’s cyber-related decisions from the Tenth Circuit.
An overview of recent developments affecting U.S.-China cross-border digital trade.