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Decreasing Systemic Risk

Recently, Tim Maurer, Ariel Levite, and George Perkovich of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace released a white-paper with a broad new proposal regarding the offensive cyber operations conducted by nation states, in an attempt to address acknowledged interdependent risk issues within the global financial system.


What the Trump Administration Must Do to Protect Critical Infrastructure

The critical networks keep America’s lights on, our communications humming, and the banks open for business are insecure, and we’ve known it for a long time. From the Stuxnet virus to Russia’s cyberattack on Ukraine’s electric grid last year, hackers have shown that they can physically disable the systems that control our power, pipelines, railway switches, financial networks, and much else.


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