Tag Archive: Cybersecurity

In an opinion piece for Lawfare, Research Analyst Micah Musser discussed the new regulations that entered into effect in China requiring companies deploying recommendation algorithms to file details about those algorithms with the Cyberspace Administration of China.

In a study for Harvard's Misinformation Review, Research Fellow Josh Goldstein looks at how tactics used in political influence operations are used for commercial purposes.

Josh A. Goldstein is a Research Fellow on the CyberAI Project.

Senior Fellow Andrew Lohn weighs in on the State Department's "Rewards for Justice" initiative offering rewards for tips on hackers.

Krystal Jackson is a Visiting Junior Fellow on the CyberAI Project.

In an opinion piece for Scientific American, Dakota Cary discussed why civilian satellites must be designated as critical infrastructure.

Will AI Make Cyber Swords or Shields?

Andrew Lohn Krystal Jackson
| August 2022

Funding and priorities for technology development today determine the terrain for digital battles tomorrow, and they provide the arsenals for both attackers and defenders. Unfortunately, researchers and strategists disagree on which technologies will ultimately be most beneficial and which cause more harm than good. This report provides three examples showing that, while the future of technology is impossible to predict with certainty, there is enough empirical data and mathematical theory to have these debates with more rigor.

Kyle Miller is a Research Analyst on the CyberAI Project.

The use of TikTok has come under scrutiny in the Florida Senate race. NBC News reached out to Research Analyst Ryan Fedasiuk to learn more about the security concerns behind the popular Chinese-owned app.

A CSET report illustrates how malign actors exploit AI to automation disinformation campaigns.