April 13, 2021

CLTC Asks CISOs to Weigh in on the Future of Graduate Cybersecurity Education

What skills and experience will cybersecurity executives of 2025 need to be successful? How do we prepare today’s masters-level cybersecurity students for long-term success? What is the next generation of cybersecurity leaders saying about the value of a professional masters-level cybersecurity education, and what do they look for in a…

February 5, 2020

“What, So What, Now What?”: Adversarial Machine Learning

    CLTC has launched a new series of “explainer videos” to break down complex cybersecurity-related topics for a lay audience. The first of these videos focuses on “adversarial machine learning,” when AI systems can be deceived (by attackers or “adversaries”) into making incorrect assessments. An adversarial attack might entail…

February 5, 2020

Post-Mortem 2020: Looking Back on CLTC’s Scenarios from 2020

In 2015, CLTC developed a set of scenarios depicting various “cybersecurity futures” for the year 2020. As the year 2020 has arrived, Professor Steve Weber, Faculty Director for CLTC, wrote a post on the CLTC Bulletin assessing those scenarios, including what we foresaw — and what we didn’t.

February 5, 2020

Internet Fragmentation Index

To what extent is the internet “splintering” across national borders? That hotly debated question is at the center of a new research initiative from the Daylight Security Research Lab. The “Internet Fragmentation Index” is a first-of-its kind analysis of how different countries’ internets are (or are not) similar.