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Intel’s Rick Echevarria focuses on innovation in security during Tel Aviv Cyber Week 2017

By Andrea Gibbs and Claire Vishik The Cyber Week at The Tel Aviv University (TAU), Israel (June 25-29, 2017) was, by any measure, a large event. Seven thousand attendees joined the discussions; more than a thousand travelled internationally from the … Read more >

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Quick pace of technology development and the rise of self-assessment approaches in security

The global nature of modern computing ecosystems and supply chains led to increased interest among the technologists and policy makers for studying approaches to trust.  In technology, research in trust, trustworthiness, and trusted systems has risen sharply over the last … Read more >

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Private-Public Partnerships in Cybersecurity: Cornerstone of Cybersecurity Strategies Worldwide.

The United Kingdom is in the process of finalizing of the national cybersecurity strategy for 2016-2021, following the success of the strategy for the previous five year period, 2011-2016. One of the cornerstones of the new strategy is a deeper … Read more >

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Devising the Theory of Economic Incentives for Cybersecurity

Technologists pursuing interesting and elegant solutions in cybersecurity frequently lack the knowledge of economics to anticipate the influences of other technologies, existing infrastructure, and technology evolution on the potential  success of the technologies they are creating.  Viable solutions may not … Read more >

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Can we build tools to support technology aware regulations and regulations aware technologies in cybersecurity and privacy?

When we study policy and technology approaches to cybersecurity and privacy, we discover that there is some level of agreement on high level concepts and principles shared by diverse stakeholders that include technologists and regulators in different geographic regions. However, … Read more >

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