Cybersecurity Threats and the Future of the Internet
Global dependence on the Internet expands by leaps and bandwidth every day. CISAC scholars are putting Stanford at the center of research on cybersecurity and the future of the Internet, drawing on experts from across campus and around the globe.
Cyber Fellow Jonathan Mayer, a Stanford graduate student and online privacy advocate, resigned from a working group tasked with developing a browser add-on known as "Do Not Track." The working group includes government officials, ad agencies, and privacy firms. Read more »
More details emerge about PRISM, online surveillance and privacyCISAC in the news
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CISAC in the news: The New York Times on July 8, 2013
A new report by McAfee Labs has traced cyberattacks on South Korean and U.S. military systems to as early as 2009. CISAC cyber fellow Tim Junio tells The New York Times that the report provides "compelling evidence" that North Korea is involved, and that the attacks came from a single source which targeted a military social media site. Read more »