Atlantic Council

For The Cyber 9/12 Strategy Challenge

The Atlantic Council is a D.C.-based think tank founded in 1961 that focuses on international affairs. This program grant will support the Cyber Statecraft Initiative’s Cyber 9/12 Strategy Challenge, an annual competition in which students from across the globe compete in developing recommendations for tackling a fictional cyber catastrophe. The challenge is intended to train the next generation of cybersecurity policymakers, expose them to real world crisis scenarios, and build a network of judges and alumni across the world.
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for a Cyber 9/12 Strategy Challenge for Trust and Safety  
A grant to the Atlantic Council will support the adaptation of its successful Cyber 9/12 Strategy Challenge for timely trust and safety challenges, including engaging directly with trust and safety practitioners and students.
for the Digital Forensic Research Lab  
This grant will support the work of the Atlantic Council Digital Forensic Research Lab (DFR Lab) on online trust and safety issues, including the creation of an expert Task Force on a Trustworthy Future Web.

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