June 2, 2015 10:57 pm
One of the challenges with cybersecurity is that the discussion is often about worst-case scenarios — a cyber-Pearl Harbor, for example.
That often makes it difficult to put cybersecurity in context and assess the actual risks.
Chris Bronk is a research fellow at Rice University’s Baker Institute for Public Policy and an adjunct instructor of computer science at Rice.
He previously served as a Foreign Service officer and was assigned to the State Department’s Office of e-Diplomacy.
He has a column in World Politics Review, Time to Move Toward a More Secure Cyberspace.
He tells us more about his views.
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