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Third Cohort for c-Watch Launches in April

Third Cohort for c-Watch Launches in April

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Imagining a Reverse Soviet Collapse for the West

Imagining a Reverse Soviet Collapse for the West

With the indictments by Special Counsel Mueller against 13 Russians and 3 companies for criminal interference in the United States, it is timely to point to something I wrote in 2012: Is a Communist or Totalitarian System Preferable in the Internet Age? Back then, I was questioning whether anyone in government – and society writ large […]

Russian Cyber Threats Through Time

Russian Cyber Threats Through Time

Today, criminal elements are aggressively monetizing their illegal efforts through black markets, money laundering, and other fraudulent – though profitable! – enterprises. A useful exercise in evaluating the long-term effects of Russian interference in the culture of other sovereign nations is the visualization of the long-term ‘hacking’ of government and industry websites. This serves as […]

Why Market-Making is Needed for Cyber

Why Market-Making is Needed for Cyber

What must be realized at all levels, public and private sectors, is that in cyber: national and economic security imperatives must be coupled with market forces. As Co-Leads on a government-funded project for about the past year, my colleagues and I engaged in a research and design effort to address cyber market failures, specifically focused on […]

Tactical Cyber: The Case for Community Cyber ISAOs

Tactical Cyber: The Case for Community Cyber ISAOs

An army of bots, hackers and social media trolls has fundamentally altered and intensified the risks from cyberspace. A prior piece here redirected the national debate about certifications for ISAOs onto a broader view — that ISAOs represented industry formation of cyber capacity and innovation centers at community levels. In that article, the concepts of Community Cyber and Market-Making […]

IOC Lowers the Hammer on Russian Athletes

IOC Lowers the Hammer on Russian Athletes

The only good news to come out of the IOC meeting was a path for clean Russian athletes to participate.

Geopolitics and Sports: A Fiery Mix

Geopolitics and Sports: A Fiery Mix

Geopolitical uncertainties in regional relations threaten the long-term planning efforts of major sporting events. 2018 Winter Olympics There are currently growing concerns about the heated rhetoric between the U.S. and North Korea about the impact on the upcoming Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea.  As of Nov. 16, organizers say they’ve hit just 41% of their sales […]

Briefing for the Athletic Industry on the Fancy Bears Threat

Briefing for the Athletic Industry on the Fancy Bears Threat

The Fancy Bears hacks and dox releases this summer highlight the need for advanced planning briefing in the athletic industry.  The International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) World Championships, the Football Association and FIFA were impacted by Fancy Bear actions.  In July prior to the IAAF World Championship in London, Fancy Bears released the Athlete Biological […]

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Tactical Cyber: The Case for Community Cyber ISAOs

An army of bots, hackers and social media trolls has fundamentally altered and intensified the risks from cyberspace. A prior piece here redirected the national debate about certifications for ISAOs onto a broader view — that ISAOs represented industry formation of cyber capacity and innovation centers at community levels. In that article, the concepts of Community Cyber and Market-Making […]

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