Nuclear Security and Risk
Since its founding as the Center for International Security and Arms Control, CISAC has worked through scholarly research and Track II diplomacy to influence policies that will help reduce the dangers posed by nuclear weapons.
CISAC Cybersecurity Fellow Tim Junio speaks to The Associated Press in the wake of a recent cyberattack on South Korea, which paralyzed the country's banks and media organizations. He explains that the attack was less damaging than it should have been because South Korea has developed a cyberattack response policy. Read more »
CISAC, FSI Stanford in the news: New York Times on March 11, 2013
CISAC's Hecker and Sagan argue against Seoul building up a nuclear arsenal in the wake of the North's third nuclear test and its threat of "raining bullets on the enemy." Read more »