Carnegie’s “Cybersecurity and the Financial System” working paper series is designed to be a platform for thought-provoking studies and in-depth research focusing on this increasingly important nexus. Bridging the gap between the finance policy and cyber policy communities and tracks, contributors to this paper series include government officials, industry representatives, and other relevant experts in addition to work produced by Carnegie scholars. In light of the emerging and nascent nature of this field, these working papers are not expected to offer any silver bullets but to stimulate the debate, inject fresh (occasionally controversial) ideas, and offer interesting data.
Papers in this series released so far:
- “Lessons Learned and Evolving Practices of the TIBER Framework for Resilience Testing in the Netherlands,” Petra Hielkema and Raymond Kleijmeer, October 2019
- “Cyber Risk Scenarios, the Financial System, and Systemic Risk Assessment,” Lincoln Kaffenberger and Emanuel Kopp, September 2019
- “Cyber Resilience and Financial Organizations: A Capacity-building Tool Box,” Tim Maurer and Kathryn Taylor, July 2019
- “The Cyber Threat Landscape: Confronting Challenges to the Financial System,” Adrian Nish and Saher Naumaan, March 2019
- “Protecting Financial Institutions Against Cyber Threats: A National Security Issue,” Erica D. Borghard, September 2018
- “Toward a Global Norm Against Manipulating the Integrity of Financial Data,” Tim Maurer, Ariel (Eli) Levite, and George Perkovich, March 2017
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If you would like to learn more about this paper series and Carnegie’s work in this area, please contact Tim Maurer, co-director of the Cyber Policy Initiative, at email@example.com.