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Cybersecurity

‘Cyclops Blink’ Shows Why the SEC’s Proposed Cybersecurity Disclosure Rule Could Undermine the Nation’s Cybersecurity

Well-timed public notification is a critical component of proper incident response. But mandating premature disclosure is irresponsible and would imperil public-private coordination focused on protecting the nation.

Cybersecurity and Deterrence

Infiltrate, Exploit, Manipulate: Why the Subversive Nature of Cyber Conflict Explains Both Its Strategic Promise and Its Limitations

Cyber operations are not novel, nor is their impact revolutionary. They are instruments of subversion that promise great gains in theory but are constrained in practice by a crippling operational trilemma that limits strategic value.

Cyber & Technology

The Effects of Digital Transnational Repression and the Responsibility of Host States

Digital transnational repression has a chilling effect on exiled and diaspora activists and dissidents who find themselves repressed by authoritarian states, even in places where they assumed they had a relative degree of safety and freedom.

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