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August 10, 2022

CLTC White Paper: AI’s Redress Problem

A new CLTC White Paper explores the challenges of individuals or groups seeking redress for harms caused by artificial intelligence-based technologies. The paper, AI’s Redress Problem: Recommendations to Improve Consumer Protection from Artificial Intelligence, by Ifejesu Ogunleye, provides recommendations for policymakers, corporations, and civil society organizations.

July 22, 2022

Q&A with Rachael Cornejo, Alumna of UC Berkeley’s Cybersecurity Clinic

This Monday, July 25, Rachael Cornejo, an alumni of Citizen Clinic, will speak on a panel on media representation of women in the cybersecurity field. We interviewed Cornejo about how her experience at Citizen Clinic led to her current career as a cybersecurity professional.

July 15, 2022

Two CLTC Postdoctoral Researchers Accept Tenure-Track Professorships

The Center for Long-Term Cybersecurity is proud to support the research of postdoctoral researchers from diverse disciplines. Two of these scholars recently accepted tenure-track positions at major universities. This fall, Richmond Wong will be joining Georgia Tech’s School of Literature, Media and Communication as an Assistant Professor, and Sophia Baik…

June 21, 2022

Panel: Creating A More Diverse Cybersecurity Workforce

On June 8, Google Cloud hosted a panel discussion focused on the improving diversity in the cybersecurity workforce, featuring Ann Cleaveland, Executive Director of CLTC; Larry Whiteside, Chief Security Officer for Women’s Care Enterprises and Co-Founder and President of Cyversity; and Ron Duhart, Vice President and Deputy Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) at Walmart.

June 14, 2022

Event Recap: Privacy and Data Scraping, Perspectives from Latin America

The rapid evolution of data scraping technologies — the automated retrieval of data from websites using software or technical tools — are forcing us to reconsider some evergreen questions: What content is public? What is private? How do we decide? On June 3, 2022, CLTC brought together a pair of…

June 14, 2022

New CLTC Explainer Video: “Zero Trust”

The latest video in the Center for Long-Term Cybersecurity’s “What? So What? Now What” explainer series focuses on “Zero Trust,” an approach to digital security that is becoming an industry standard because it is well-suited for for the era of cloud computing.

June 8, 2022

Consortium of Cybersecurity Clinics Launches Website

The Consortium of Cybersecurity Clinics has launched a new website (https://cybersecurityclinics.org) that aims to help universities in the U.S. and around the world to share insights and best practices for launching and operating a cybersecurity clinic. 

June 1, 2022

Event Recap: “Can Documentation Improve Accountability for Artificial Intelligence?”

 Diverse processes and practices have been developed in recent years for documenting artificial intelligence (AI), with a shared aim to improve transparency, safety, fairness, and accountability for the development and uses of AI systems. On May 25, 2022, CLTC’s AI Security Initiative presented an online panel discussion on the…

May 31, 2022

Citizen Clinic Leaders in Lawfare: “How to Start a Cybersecurity Clinic”

Cybersecurity clinics, like clinics in law and medicine, train university students to provide digital security assistance to outside organizations with limited resources. Cybersecurity clinics provide the students with valuable real-world experience while providing vital support to their public interest clients. Yet the process of starting and operating a cybersecurity clinic…

May 19, 2022

CLTC Grantees Find Widespread Exposure to Log4Shell Vulnerability

A team of CLTC-funded researchers from the UC Berkeley School of Information have discovered that the Log4Shell vulnerability — a widely-reported cybersecurity issue discovered in late 2021 — still has not been patched in many applications, especially those that use the Log4Shell indirectly.