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Article on Southeast Asia features Jackson School cybersecurity research | The Asian Post

June 5, 2018

Cyber crime

A Jackson School International Policy Institute cybersecurity research report by alumna Stacia Lee (B.A. International Studies, 2015), is quoted in “Cyberattacks in Southeast Asia: Who’s next?“, an article that looks at cyber crimes as a result of financial growth in the region of Southeast Asia.

Lee wrote the report and other cybersecurity articles while a Cybersecurity Policy Fellow at the School’s International Policy Institute (IPI), which is generously funded in part by Carnegie Corporation of New York. The IPI Cybersecurity Initiative, led by faculty Jessica Beyer, produces and publishes cybersecurity research accessible to the public, bridging the gap between academia and the policymaking world.

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