The Cyberspace Solarium Commission report (part 2)

The first part of this blog exposed some of the hidden assumptions underlying the Solarium Commission recommendations and provided a general overview of the report. Now we will take a closer look at other recommendations of the report, specifically those dealing with information sharing and centralization of authority in CISA....

The Report of the Cyberspace Solarium Commission: Recipe for an Arms Race?

The Cyberspace Solarium Commission is the creation of two Congressmen, Senator Angus King of Maine, and Representative Mike Gallagher of Wisconsin. Its goal was to develop consensus among DC elites about cybersecurity policy. For better or worse, its main focus is on the military and foreign policy aspects of cybersecurity....

IGF Berlin // Open Work Meeting on Cyber-Accountability: Building Attribution Capability

In a little under two weeks, at the upcoming Internet Governance Forum-Berlin, the Internet Governance Project (IGP) and ICT4Peace Foundation will be holding an open work meeting about the ongoing effort to form a global network of cybersecurity researchers who want to cooperate to develop attribution capabilities and perform cyber-attributions...

Show me the market: Technical data helps, but isn’t enough to understand the DoH debate

A presentation at the recent RIPE79 gives us some initial insight into the recursive resolution of Domain Name System (DNS) queries. Who performs recursive resolution and therefore has access to DNS query data is at the center the DNS over HTTPS (DoH) debate. But as we’ll explain below, the data...

Let’s have an honest conversation about Huawei

On May 29, I attended an AEI event on “International economics and securing next-generation 5G wireless networks,” with Ambassador Robert Strayer, who heads the US State Department’s CIP team. But the focus of the talk was not really on 5G security, international trade or 5G development. In fact, there was no constructive agenda at all. The talk was an extended attack on China and the Chinese-based telecommunications...