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Federal Cyber Breaches Warn Against Cybersecurity Regulation

Recent high-profile private-sector hacks have once again put a spotlight on the issue of cybersecurity. This is a serious problem that requires legislation to improve the United States’ cybersecurity posture, but the U.S. should not reflexively adopt government regulation of cyberspace as a solution. Read More. .

Hackers Hit the Federal Government Hard

It’s identity theft on a massive scale. An even bigger worry, however, are the national-security problems the hackers may create. Read More. .

Cyber Attacks on U.S. Companies in 2014

The spate of recent data breaches at big-name companies such as JPMorgan Chase, Home Depot, and Target raises questions about the effectiveness of the private sector’s information security. Read more. .

Why CENTCOM Was Cyber Stupid

U.S. Central Command lost control of its Twitter and YouTube accounts. It serves as yet another reminder of irresponsible social networking practices by federal agencies. Read More. .

7 Steps to U.S. Freedom in Cyberspace

Cybersecurity is a critical issue we face today. The threats are real and the need is pressing. Read More.

Cybersecurity has emerged as an issue of vital national security. Governments, businesses and individuals are under attack from other governments, cyber-criminals, and "hacktivists." These attacks steal hundreds of billions of dollars in personal and business data and compromise sensitive government operations. The U.S. needs constructive answers for cyber threats.

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Experts on Cyber Security

  • Steven P. Bucci, Ph.D. img Steven P. Bucci, Ph.D.

    Director, Douglas and Sarah Allison Center for Foreign and National Security Policy

  • James Jay Carafano, Ph.D. img James Jay Carafano, Ph.D.

    Vice President for the Kathryn and Shelby Cullom Davis Institute for National Security and Foreign Policy, and the E. W. Richardson Fellow