Research Library

Since 2015, CLTC has directly funded more than 160 projects by UC Berkeley students, faculty and affiliates on original cybersecurity research topics, in addition to developing our own white papers, publications, blog posts, policy analysis and recommendations, and open-source curricula and toolkits.

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March 14, 2023

Annual Report

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CLTC 2022 Annual Report

Click below for an overview of highlights from the UC Berkeley Center for Long-Term Cybersecurity’s activities in 2022.

February 15, 2023


SBOM Escrow

By: John Fueyo, Jacob Glad, Charlie Shaw, Richard Zins

In the current market many organizations want to have complete control over their security posture. This leads these organizations to request a Software Bill Of Materials (SBOM) from…

February 10, 2023



By: Ian Clark, Taylor Rainey, Jorge Ramirez Reyna, Danny Rittman, Arushi Sardana

Synthetix is a solution for privacy and data protection that will promote privacy as a human right. The application is integrated into web browsers and mobile devices to…

January 26, 2023

White Paper

A Taxonomy of Trustworthiness for Artificial Intelligence

By: Jessica Newman

A new report published by the UC Berkeley Center for Long-Term Cybersecurity (CLTC) aims to help organizations develop and deploy more trustworthy artificial intelligence (AI) technologies. “A Taxonomy of Trustworthiness for Artificial Intelligence: Connecting Properties of Trustworthiness with Risk Management and the AI Lifecycle,” by Jessica Newman, Director of CLTC’s AI Security Initiative (AISI) and Co-Director of the UC Berkeley AI Policy Hub, is a complement to the NIST AI Risk Management Framework.