As the Trump Administration develops a cybersecurity strategy for engaging Russia, it will invariably address cybercrime. Cybercrime emanating from Russia may be carried out by an array of actors ranging from disenchanted individuals to criminal groups.
The closeness of China and Russia’s cybersecurity relationship is not dependent on their ties with each other, but is defined in relation to the US. Instead of augmenting the trust or preventing cyber-espionage between the two countries, Sino-Russian cybersecurity cooperation is a strategic move to challenge US dominance over the Internet.
In the video below, Teyloure Ring explains the Russian Federation’s attitude towards encryption and encrypted products. Ms. Ring argues that while there was a lot of concern that countries such
On October 6, 2015, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) struck down the Safe Harbor law in an action that could be argued to be the single most important legislation
The International Policy Institute is hosting a panel discussion on May 23, 2016 from 3:30-5pm in Thomson Hall, Room 317. Area expert panelists will discuss cybersecurity from the perspectives of