Paul Rosenzweig

Mueller’s message to America

With yet another blockbuster indictment (why is it always on a Friday afternoon?), Special Counsel Robert Mueller has, once again, upended Washington. And this time, it is possible …

Congressional Testimony of Paul Rosenzweig: Data Security in the Modern World

The Subcommittee on Financial Institutions and Consumer Credit called a hearing to examine the issue of data security in the financial sector. Senior Fellow Paul Rosenzweig testified in favor …

Congressional Testimony: Paul Rosenzweig on Choosing the Right Cybersecurity Standards

STATEMENT of Paul Rosenzweig Senior Fellow, R Street Institute Red Branch Consulting, PLLC Professorial Lecturer in Law, George Washington University Washington, D.C. before the Subcommittee on Financial Institutions and Consumer Credit Committee on Financial …

Even if you take the Nunes memo seriously, it makes no sense

Let’s leave aside for now the obvious partisan nature of the Nunes memorandum—the six-page document released Friday by the chair of the House Intelligence Committee, California Rep. Devin …

There’s no way Mueller will indict Trump

The latest revelations about President Trump have, once again, excited the interest of the public, leading to speculation that Special Counsel Robert Mueller may have amassed sufficient evidence …

Nationalize the 5G network? No thanks.

Axios has the scoop that the Trump national security team is considering a proposal to nationalize the 5G network buildout. I don't do telecoms policy, so I can't assess …

Turkey invades Syria

The front page of all of the major papers today is focussed on the shutdown showdown in Washington. Is it a #Trumpocalypse or a #SchumerShutdown? Meanwhile the damage of …

Better cybersecurity is critical to protecting future elections

The cornerstone of democracy is the electoral process. The very definition of a democratic country is one that conducts free, fair and open elections. More than any other …

Ending temporary protected status

The Trump Administration's decision to end the Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for El Salvadorans is garnering nothing but condemnation.  Typical is report by the Washington Post headlined (on …

Elections are a cybersecurity problem

My good friend, Herb Lin, has suggested that "election interference is not a cybersecurity issue."  His point, with which I completely agree, is that Russia's meddling in the …

Cybersecurity predictions for 2018

As the clock moves inexorably to a new year (and our look back at the past year is complete), it is time to pick up our crystal ball and …

‘Other than that Mrs. Lincoln …’

The apocryphal joke is rather crude: “Other than that Mrs. Lincoln, how was the play?” And yet I was reminded of it when reflecting on the first year of …

Mueller, the GSA and the Trump transition

The other day I posted a tweetstorm on the issues raised by the Trump transition's letter to Congress relating to the Special Counsel's access to transition data stored …

Preventing sex trafficking shouldn’t come at the cost of online freedom

Every decent person opposes the trafficking of human beings for sexual exploitation. These acts, and their facilitation, are serious crimes. But how far we go trying to end that …

In defense of the mosaic theory

As the Supreme Court begins its formal consideration of the Carpenter case, it seems useful to me to finally take up the challenge that my friend, Orin Kerr, has often …

Comparative counterterrorism surveillance and cooperation

One of the great challenges in life is that the American Bar Association annual conference on national security law is usually cross-scheduled at the same time as the …

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