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A Human To Know: Keren Elazari

HUMANS OF CYBERSECURITY
A Human To Know: Keren Elazari

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China’s Strategic Thinking on Building Power in Cyberspace

A top party journal’s timely explanation translated.


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Risks of Recognition

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Engineering a Better Career

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Can NIST be the Savior of Federal Cybersecurity?

An executive order and a new bill by House Republicans might change the role of the National Institute of Standards and Technology.


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In Cybersecurity, It’s About Collaboration, Not Competition

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The Curious Case of Disappearing Cybersecurity Programs

ICT development projects are starting to include cybersecurity components—but why are these initiatives going missing over time?


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China’s Plan to ‘Lead’ in AI: Purpose, Prospects, and Problems

With the issuance of the “New Generation Artificial Intelligence Development Plan," China has set out an ambitious roadmap for AI.


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We're Still the Overlords

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Get with the Times, International Relations

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China’s Ambitious Rules to Secure ‘Critical Information Infrastructure’

China’s new cybersecurity law imposes special requirements when it comes to what it calls “critical information infrastructure.”


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Cybersecurity’s Disastrous Game of Chicken