A Global Cyber-Attribution Organization – Thinking it through

Initiatives to globalize cybersecurity governance took a step forward this weekend with the release of a RAND Corporation study of an international attribution organization. The Microsoft Corporation’s idea for a global attribution agency modeled on the International Atomic Energy Agency was the catalyst for this report; the research was funded...

Legalizing Hackbacks?

The idea of cyber self defense - or as some call it, “hack back” - is back into cybersecurity discussions with a proposed Active Cyber Defense Certainty Act by Congressman Tom Graves. Graves, a Republican from Georgia's 14th District, joined with Arizona Democrat Kyrsten Sinema at a panel discussion arranged by...

Debates on Global Governance and Cybersecurity

IGP led two thought-provoking discussions of the relationship between cybersecurity and Internet governance in Brussels last week. An event at the Center for European Policy Studies (CEPS) opened with Milton Mueller’s thoughts on “Cybersecurity as an Internet governance problem,” followed by Jan Neutze’s talk on Microsoft's call for a Digital...

Of Fancy Bears and Men: Attribution in Cybersecurity

Guest Blog Post by Carter Yagemann, Cybersecurity Researcher and Graduate Student at  The Institute for Information Security & Privacy (IISP), Georgia Tech. A few weeks ago I had the privilege of attending the RSA conference as an RSAC Security Scholar. It was my first time attending the conference, and the...

IGP Workshop: “Who Governs, States or Stakeholders? Cybersecurity and Internet Governance”

On May 11-12, 2017, the IGP's 3rd Annual Workshop  convened at Georgia Tech's School of Public Policy in Atlanta. This year's topic: Who Governs, States or Stakeholders? Cybersecurity and Internet Governance   Cybersecurity problems challenge existing institutions of governance. Global coordination is impeded by national boundaries, and government-industry cooperation is...