As part of the 2021 CLTC Research Exchange, we convened a panel discussion to discuss the history and value of the public interest cybersecurity clinic model, through which students provide digital security assistance to under-resourced organizations. This article summarizes some of the key takeaways from the discussion.
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.
Security and Privacy Risks in an Era of Hybrid Work examines emerging privacy and security issues attached to hybrid work environments, drawing on proceedings from a workshop convened by the Center for Long-Term Cybersecurity, as well as interviews with security, policy, human resources, and other leaders from private firms and government agencies.
Recorded on November 10, 2021, this video features a conversation between Steven Weber, Faculty Director of the University of California, Berkeley’s Center for Long-Term Cybersecurity, and Kate Charlet, Director for Data Governance at Google, addressing a wide range of questions related to how organizations can “future-proof” themselves in a dynamic security and privacy landscape.
In a fireside chat, recorded on October 27, 2021, Daylight Lab director Nick Merrill was joined by Jake Hartnell, co-founder of Public Awesome and its project, Stargaze, a decentralized, self-governed social protocol that integrates NFTs, social tokens, and decentralized autonomous organizations (DAOs). Merrill and Hartnell discussed how different organizations could use DAOs, and how the early development of this new governance model could have long-term ramifications.
A new report from the University of California Office of the President provides recommendations for how the 10-campus UC System can prepare for and mitigate the potential harms of artificial intelligence. CLTC’s Jessica Newman served on the UC Presidential Working Group on Artificial Intelligence, which outlines a a set of responsible principles to promote the safe and ethical development, use, procurement, and monitoring of AI across the university.
On October 7, 2021, the Center for Long-Term Cybersecurity (CLTC) hosted our fifth-annual CLTC Research Exchange, a showcase of recent work from our community of affiliated researchers. The theme of this year’s event, “Fostering Foresight,” reinforced how CLTC’s mission focuses on helping individuals, organizations, and governments act on foresight, and…
Developed by CLTC in partnership with Tapestry Networks and King & Spalding, this report introduces a new framework, Cyber Oversight Effectiveness Development (COED), that aims to help boards of directors become more resilient and adaptive in their oversight of cyber risk.
The Center for Long-Term Cybersecurity is proud to welcome Chris Jay Hoofnagle, Professor of Law in Residence, as its next Faculty Director. Working alongside CLTC Executive Director Ann Cleaveland, Hoofnagle will play a key role in guiding CLTC’s research agenda as the Center expands its efforts to help decision-makers act…
Steve Weber, Professor in the School of Information and Faculty Director for the Center for Long-Term Cybersecurity, will retire at the end of 2021, after more than thirty years at UC Berkeley. Weber arrived at UC Berkeley in 1989 as an assistant professor in the Department of Political Science. From…