Whois Reform Grinds forward

The expedited policy development group that is trying to reform ICANN’s Whois system post-GDPR met face to face in ICANN's Los Angeles headquarters September 24 – 26. The same old conflicts of interest underlying Whois policy for the last 18 years resurfaced repeatedly, but this time important progress was made....

New IGP affiliates

Ilona Stadnik and Braxton Moore have recently joined the Internet Governance Project. Ilona is a Fulbright visiting researcher at Georgia Institute of  Technology, Internet Governance Project. During her stay, she will be focussing on her Ph.D. thesis about Russia-US cybersecurity relations and will also contribute to IGP's cybersecurity research, including...

New IGP White Paper: Is It Time to Institutionalize Cyber Attribution?

Public attribution of cyber incidents to nation-state actors is increasing. It is a challenging and important accountability function that is often performed by a combination of threat intelligence firms or other private actors and less frequently by states. But is it time to institutionalize cyber attribution? The cybersecurity community has...

Regulating cyber through trade regimes

Background The international trade in hardware, software, and content complicates many cybersecurity challenges. Domestic regulations and enforcement may fall short of their intended aims when foreign criminals and governments are out of their jurisdiction, and cheap insecure technologies proliferate worldwide. In response, some security experts have looked to restricting trade...