Cyber Security Awareness Week (CSAW)

November 10, 2016
thru November 12, 2016

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Proposed NY Cybersecurity Regulation: A Giant Leap Backward?

December 2, 2016


Judith Germano

Mid-November marked the end of the comment period for New York’s “first in nation” proposed cybersecurity legislation for financial institutions. As the hot topic of the day, many regulators and government officials have felt compelled to take a […]

See video from our “Women Leaders in Cybersecurity” conference

October 28, 2016


Footage from our day-long discussion of closing the gender gap in cybersecurity is now available. See more details about the event here.

What Is Cyber Collateral Damage? And Why Does It Matter?

November 15, 2016


Zachary K. Goldman and Sasha Romanosky

What happens when the consequences of a cyberattack are not physical? What happens when a digital missile destroys or corrupts data in a manner that is not intended by the person launching a lawful […]

Wanted: Smart Public Policy for Internet of Things Security

November 10, 2016


Increasingly, the Internet of Things has become a weapon in hackers’ schemes…Now, experts in the U.S. are asking regulators to step in. Calls for public policy to improve device security have reached a fever pitch following a series of high-profile denial-of-service […]

ASPIRE scholars win first place in 2016 Cyber Security Case Study Competition

December 8, 2016

The Center for Cybersecurity is thrilled to announce that our scholars Kevin Kirby, Anthony Masi, and Fernando Maymi won the first place prize in the Kaspersky Lab Cyber Security Case Study competition, hosted by The Economist. Their winning proposal, Votebook, […]

MasterCard Exec, Others Urge Flexible Cybersecurity Regime

October 14, 2016

Law 360

During a panel at a Women Leaders in Cybersecurity symposium hosted by New York University‘s Center of Cybersecurity, executives from MasterCard Inc. and Goldman Sachs Group Inc., as well as former government officials who are now in the […]