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August 10, 2020

CLTC Welcomes Richmond Wong as New Postdoctoral Researcher

CLTC is pleased to announce that Richmond Wong will join the team as a Postdoctoral Researcher. Richmond recently completed his PhD at the UC Berkeley School of Information and has undergraduate degrees in Information Science and Science & Technology Studies from Cornell University. His research focuses on how technology professionals…

May 26, 2020

CLTC Welcomes Summer 2020 Student Researchers

CLTC is thrilled to welcome five new graduate student researchers to the team for the summer: Tony Flores, Grace Gordon, Max Ingraham-Rakatansky, Akhilesh Pandita, and Jigyasa Sharma. Welcome! Tony Flores Goldman School of Public Policy, Master of Public Policy (MPP), Class of 2021 What I am interested in: I am interested…

May 25, 2020

“That’s A Hard Pass” MICS Capstone Project Wins Lily L. Chang Award

Congratulations to Jasdeep Basra, Pascal Issa, Aldo Lagrutta, and Stephanie Perkins on being named the winners of the Spring 2020 Lily L. Chang Award for their “That’s A Hard Pass” capstone project. With support from CLTC, the research team aimed to build a usable, private and secure cloud based password…

March 18, 2020

Looking Over the Horizon: A Report on Five Years of Growth and Impact at CLTC

  To mark our five-year anniversary, the Center for Long-Term Cybersecurity (CLTC) has produced a new report looking back on what we’ve achieved so far — and where we’re going. “Five years ago, we launched CLTC with a mission to look over the horizon,” wrote Steve Weber and Ann Cleaveland,…

March 9, 2020

Video: CLTC Seminar on “Veridical Data Science”

On February 19, 2020 the AI Security Initiative at the Center for Long-Term Cybersecurity (CLTC) hosted a lunchtime seminar featuring Bin Yu, Chancellor’s Professor in the Departments of Statistics and Electrical Engineering & Computer Science at UC Berkeley. CLTC’s AI Security Initiative (AISI) works across technical, institutional, and policy domains…

January 16, 2020

CLTC Call for Proposals:

Data rights, shared value, and re-defining ‘privacy’ and ‘security’ with AI/ML and emerging technologies

The Center for Long-Term Cybersecurity at UC Berkeley is hosting an interdisciplinary workshop on July 15, 2020 to examine tensions and trade-offs at the intersection of emerging AI-related technologies, competition and antitrust policy, and both security and privacy. This RFP seeks proposals to conduct scholarly inquiry into these topics to…

January 15, 2020

Resilient Governance for Boards of Directors: Considerations for Effective Oversight of Cyber Risk

This report by the Center for Long-Term Cybersecurity and Booz Allen Hamilton uses insights gleaned from board members with 130+ years of board service across nine industry sectors to offer guidance for boards of directors in managing cybersecurity within large global companies. The report, “Resilient Governance for Boards of Directors: Considerations for Effective Oversight of Cyber Risk,” provides an innovative framework to help boards take a dynamic approach to cybersecurity governance and oversight. The report identifies four “dynamic tensions” likely to shape board governance and oversight of cybersecurity. This includes an organization’s overall risk model or mindset; distribution of cybersecurity expertise on the board; balance between cooperation and competition with other enterprises; and the model for information flows between management and the board.