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.
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 (CLTC) has issued a new report that takes an in-depth look at recent efforts to translate artificial intelligence (AI) principles into practice. The report, “Decision Points in AI Governance,” authored by CLTC Research Fellow and AI Security Initiative (AISI) Program Lead Jessica Cussins Newman, provides an overview of 35 efforts already under way to implement AI principles, ranging from tools and frameworks to standards and initiatives that can be applied at different stages of the AI development pipeline.
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.
Now Hiring: Researchers Wanted for New Initiatives at the UC Berkeley Center for Long-Term Cybersecurity
The UC Berkeley Center for Long-Term Cybersecurity (CLTC) is hiring a team of researchers—including current doctoral students, postdoctoral scholars, visiting scholars, and staff researchers—to contribute to new research initiatives focused on four primary areas: the security implications of artificial intelligence and machine learning; the human capital and talent pipeline for…