To mark the end of 2021 — and the start of 2022 — CLTC produced a short video featuring Ann Cleaveland, CLTC’s Executive Director, focused on the importance of future-focused research at the intersection of technology, people, and policy. At CLTC, we celebrate the cultural dimensions of cybersecurity, lifting up work that brings cybersecurity to life — including through thought-provoking projects like our Cybersecurity Arts Contest or the card game, Adversary Personas.
What’s planned for 2022? This year, you’ll find us:
- Crafting new ways to measure and address global structural risks to the internet, through our Internet Atlas project;
- Working with policymakers in California, the U.S. and the world to support trustworthy development and deployment of AI systems;
- Engaging industry and academic leaders to understand ground-level responses to privacy legislation, improve board oversight of cybersecurity, and develop new frameworks that incentivize responsible management of data lifecycles;
- Researching the impacts of always-on IoT and surveillance devices in communities of color; and
- Launching a National Consortium of Cybersecurity Clinics, including CLTC’s trailblazing Citizen Clinic program (and online Cybersecurity Education Center) as a founding member.
None of the above could happen without our community of supporters like you, who appreciate the importance and urgency of our mission – to anticipate and address tomorrow’s cybersecurity challenges in order to amplify the upside of the digital revolution. Thank you!
Gifts of all sizes advance our mission, including research conducted by students receiving paid CLTC fellowships.