Managing Cyber Risks Initiative
Understanding how to minimize risk and increase cyber resilience
Experts have long debated a nationwide ban on paying cyber extortionists. But any ban must be paired with measures to help targets improve defenses, cybersecurity experts say.
In a year when more than 50 countries are holding national elections, a new study shows the risks posed by the rise of artificial intelligence chatbots in disseminating harmful information to voters.
As the U.S. continues to shift toward using more renewable energy sources, officials are starting to grapple with how to keep a changing infrastructure cyber secure.
Most public defenders have regained computer access after an attack on the Office of the Colorado State Public Defender discovered Feb. 9, but the number of rescheduled hearings statewide has risen.
After briefly stirring into life as COVID-19 restrictions were lifted, companies and entire economies are again stepping on the brakes as they brace for yet another “current situation.”
Since the cybersecurity sector first emerged, network defenders have been locked in a perpetual arms race with their adversaries. This translates into a continuous quest for more security solutions.
State and local government (SLG) organizations are null that impact and disrupt citizen services.