Cyber Threats


Radio: Why the United States needs to take cybersecurity more serious
Tatyana Bolton

From Sirius XM Canada Talks Ch. 167 with Matt Gurney:

R Street’s Tatyana Bolton discusses the creation of a national cybersecurity director and the cybersecurity threats that the U.S. faces.

Twenty years on: International humanitarian law and the protection of civilians against the effects of cyber operations during armed conflicts
Gary Corn

From Cambridge University Press:

7…Gary Corn, “Punching on the Edges of the Grey Zone: Iranian Cyber Threats and State Cyber Responses”, Just Security, 11 February 2020, available…

Reconsidering approaches to Huawei, China and National Security
Corinne Day

WASHINGTON (Sept. 21, 2020)—Over the past few years, the U.S. government has engaged in a series of actions designed to stifle economic interaction with the Chinese company Huawei, such as banning…

, Forbes
Cybersecurity Talent Gaps Are Bigger Than We Thought—And Here’s How To Solve Them
Bryson Bort

From Forbes:

Thinking outside the box, the ICS Village, with The Wilson Center’s Science and Technology Innovation Program (STIP), Cyber Bytes Foundation, and R Street Institute, sponsored a…

, World Finance
Hacking away at the system
Kathryn Waldron

From World Finance:

A money-spinner
According to a report presented to the UN Security Council Sanctions Committee on North Korea, the authoritarian state generated approximately $2bn from…

, SC Magazine
Telecom firms urge FCC flexibility as carriers replace Chinese equipment
Kathryn Waldron

From SC Magazine:

“We haven’t had an answer in the national conservation about what data constitutes [a] national security risk and part of the reason we don’t know is because we don’t…

Discerning the Rules: The application of international law to state cyberattacks
Gary Corn

From American Society of International Law:

Currently, the majority of state sponsored cyberattacks have involved low-profile interferences in foreign states’ affairs. They also take place…

, R Street Institute
Why is election security so important? RSI’s Kathryn Waldron discusses on C-Span.
Kathryn Waldron

From R Street Institute:

From making sure poll workers are properly trained to thoughts on paper ballots, R Street’s Kathryn Waldon discusses the importance of election security on C-Span.

, The Next Web
5 milestones that shaped 50 years of internet history
Megan Reiss

From The Next Web:

Reflecting on those past choices can help inform upcoming decisions – such as how international law should apply to cyberattacks, or whether and how to regulate artificial…

Cyber Threats on R-Street
Kathryn Waldron

From Battleground Florida with Christopher Heath: