America’s Online Enemies

From election meddling and economic espionage to financial fraud and personal identity theft, it’s becoming clear that cybersecurity is increasingly central to every aspect of the way we live. Both state-sponsored cyber-spies and transnational organized crime groups pose urgent threats online to our nation’s critical infrastructure, our security, and our fundamental values in a democratic society. How should government, private companies, and even individuals be confronting these new threats in cyberspace?

Festival: Aspen Ideas 2017

Watch and Listen: Cyber Security

What does it mean to be a journalist now that whistleblowers can post directly on the Web? Should journalists make an... See more
Cyber espionage and cyber attacks, specifically, could represent an enormous, perhaps catastrophic event for the global... See more
Google's Marissa Mayer and The Economist's Vijay Vaitheeswaran See more
Palantir Technologies was founded in 2004 by a handful of PayPal alumni and Stanford computer scientists. Today its... See more
The US has struggled for centuries to determine the appropriate trade offs between security, privacy, transparency and... See more

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