George Washington University

For A Policy Framework For Active Defense On Cybersecurity

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    21 Months
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A grant to George Washington University’s Center for Cyber and Homeland Security will build upon its ongoing cybersecurity policy research to strengthen dialogue among the government, companies, and civil society about the role of each community in defending and mitigating cyber threats against the private sector ("active defense"). The center will convene an expert working group to analyze the key policy, legal, governance, and technology issues associated with active defense and will publish a report that articulates a policy framework to guide future policymaking.
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for support of Monkey Cage blog  
The Monkey Cage blog, hosted at George Washington University and appearing on the website of the Washington Post, builds a bridge between political scientists and the American political conversation by creating a compelling forum, developing publicly focused scholars, and building an informed audience. This grant will enable America’s political conversation to be more informed by timely, accessible, and sound research from a publicly oriented political science discipline—and to be less dominated by evidence-free arguments.

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