Personal, government and business information is abundant in the digital world—collected when we use government websites, shop at dot coms, download music, use cell phones, and send email. Law enforcement and national security agencies also track private information to thwart criminal acts. Cybersecurity is how that information is protected from misuse. Brookings experts research various aspects of cybersecurity and how to create a secure cyber environment.
REUTERS/Dado Ruvic - A man is seen near cyber code and the U.S. National Security Agency logo in this photo illustration taken in Sarajevo March 11, 2015.
Converging on the future of global Internet governance
July 2015, Harold Trinkunas and Ian Wallace
In a new Brookings report, Harold Trinkunas and Ian Wallace document the remarkable story of how, in the wake of the crisis, Brazil and the United States found a way to work together constructively to preserve and advance the global Internet freedom agenda.
Defense and Security
June 4, 2014, Benjamin Wittes and Wells C. Bennett
May 7, 2014, Richard Bejtlich
BIG BETS & BLACK SWANS - Memorandum to the President
January 23, 2014, Peter W. Singer and Ian Wallace
2014, Peter W. Singer
December 6, 2013, Allan A. Friedman, Austen Mack-Crane and Ross A. Hammond
November 4, 2013, John Villasenor
September 25, 2013, Allan A. Friedman
September 19, 2013, Allan A. Friedman
Article | Wired UK
July 2013, Ben Hammersley
July 3, 2013, Joseph Kramek
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See what Brookings experts have to say about the ripple effects of Edward Snowden's revelations on the NSA debate
In this Brookings Essay, Stuart Taylor, Jr. collects the divergent views of four prominent experts to help frame the debate over the future of the NSA in the post-Snowden era.
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