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Trends in Technology and Digital Security

“Foreword – On September 14, 2017, the George Washington University Center for Cyber & Homeland Security (CCHS) convened a Symposium on Trends in Technology and Digital Security. Four panels addressed emerging threats and their implications for security policy, with a focus on digital infrastructure protection and anticipatory analysis. In addition, a featured speaker from abroad presented a country-specific case study. In a series of Issue Briefs, compiled herein, CCHS shares the findings and recommendations that emerged from the Symposium, primarily on a not-for-attribution basis. The subject and title of each Brief is as follows:

  • Methods of Analysis and the Utility of New Tools for Threat Forecasting
  • Artificial Intelligence for Cybersecurity: Technological and Ethical Implications
  • Space, Satellites, and Critical Infrastructure
  • Cybersecurity in the Financial Services Sector
  • Israel: The Making of a Cyber Power (Case Study)

This volume is produced in and reflective of the spirit of CCHS’s work, which is to address advanced technologies and emerging (“next generation”) cyber threats, from the standpoint of U.S. policy. CCHS functions as a network of networks, acting as a hub for upcoming companies, emerging technologists, and cutting-edge public policy.”

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