High profile events in the past couple of years demonstrate the ability for cyberattacks to cause service disruption, substantial economic loss, and expose sensitive data. Our current work covers cybercrime, encryption, software security, offensive and defense capabilities, workforce, public-private collaboration, and international agreements and norms, among other issues.
Find the latest research from our scholars and CSIS events on this topic below.
All content by Cybersecurity
Digital Report by Alexander Klimburg — September 28, 2022
Report by Nand Mulchandani and Lt. General (Ret.) John N.T. “Jack” Shanahan — September 6, 2022
Commentary by James Andrew Lewis — August 22, 2022
Event by James Andrew Lewis , Michael Fischerkeller , Emily Goldman , and Richard Harknett — June 14, 2022
Blog Post by Georgia Wood — June 2, 2022
Equity and Diversity in the Nation's Cyber Workforce: Policy Recommendations for Addressing Data Gaps
Report by Irving Lachow — April 5, 2022
Event by Admiral Dennis Blair and Arthur Coviello — March 31, 2022
Commentary by James Andrew Lewis — March 30, 2022
Report — March 29, 2022
Event by Eugenia Lostri , James Andrew Lewis , John Fokker , Bryan Palma , Matthew Noyes , and Mieke Eoyang — March 28, 2022