As cyberspace has emerged as a new frontier for geopolitics, states have become entrepreneurial in their sponsorship, deployment, and exploitation of hackers as proxies to project power.
The four-decade-long U.S.-Iran cold war has increasingly moved into cyberspace. Tehran has become increasingly adept at conducting cyber espionage and disruptive attacks against opponents at home and abroad.
The G20 should commit not to manipulate the integrity of data and algorithms of financial institutions and to cooperate when such incidents occur.
An exploration of how international cyberspace norms evolve and work, and what more they could contribute to making cyberspace more hospitable.
Governments and populations face growing threats from information warfare and cyberattacks, with little clarity on how to prevent or respond to them and what norms apply.
This event brings together the policy experts from the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace’s global network and the technical experts at Carnegie Mellon University.
The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and Carnegie Mellon University host the first session of their joint Colloquium on Digital Governance and Security.
States need to understand the security and commercial risks and opportunities at play in cyberspace in order to engage constructively with other states in this digital age.
The topic of information and communication technologies diplomacy has been a dynamic aspect of U.S.-Japan cooperation since the launch of a U.S.-Japan Policy Cooperation Dialogue on the Internet Economy in 2010.
Representatives from the United States and Germany met in mid-March to discuss international cybersecurity, internet governance, and human rights online, among other cyber issues, during the U.S.-Germany Cyber Bilateral Meeting.