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AFPC Fellow in Russia Studies Samuel Bendett quoted in Russian AI article
Media Appearances - May 24, 2018
 

AFPC Fellow in Russia Studies Samuel Bendett quoted in Russian AI article

 
Digital Dictators: Media, Authoritarianism, and America's New Challenge
Conferences - May 22, 2018
 
 
Fellow in Defense Studies Jennifer McArdle presents at the Royal Australian Air Force's biennial Air Power Conference
Conferences - April 12, 2018
 

Watch AFPC Fellow in Defense Studies Jennifer McArdle's recent presentation at the Royal Australian Air Force's biennial Air Power Conference

 
AFPC Senior Vice President Ilan Berman weighed in on the Trump administration's recently released National Security Strategy on NPR's On Point Radio.
Media Appearances - December 18, 2017
 

AFPC Senior Vice President Ilan Berman weighed in on the Trump administration's recently released National Security Strategy on NPR's On Point Radio.

 
AFPC Senior Fellow for Russia Stephen Blank interviewed by the New York Times
Media Appearances - October 16, 2017
 

AFPC Senior Fellow for Russia Stephen Blank interviewed by the New York Times

 
AFPC Senior Vice President Ilan Berman interviewed by The Daily Beast
Media Appearances - March 20, 2017
 

AFPC Senior Vice President Ilan Berman interviewed by The Daily Beast 

 

 
AFPC Senior Vice President Ilan Berman interviewed on SiriusXM
Media Appearances - February 1, 2017
 

AFPC Senior Vice President Ilan Berman interviewed on SiriusXM.

 
AFPC Senior Fellow for Russia Stephen Blank interviewed by Voice of America
Media Appearances - January 19, 2017
 

AFPC Senior Fellow for Russia Stephen Blank interviewed by Voice of America

 
POLITICO publishes mini Q&A with editors of AFPC's newest book, 'Cyber Insecurity'
News - October 27, 2016
 

POLITICO publishes mini Q&A with editors of AFPC's newest book, 'Cyber Insecurity'.

 
Politico highlights AFPC's new book on "Cyber Insecurity"
Media Appearances - October 21, 2016
 

(from Politico)

 

SNEAK PREVIEW: NEW BOOK’S EXPERT RECOMMENDATIONS: A forthcoming tome penned by academics and industry will tackle a whole host of cybersecurity policy questions looking out over the next decade. Set for official rollout next week, the book, “Cyber Insecurity,” includes chapters from leading experts. In one, Jane Chong, a national security and law associate with the Hoover Institution, argues that proprietary software vendors should endure “modest” regulation, be subject to public reporting requirements on security measures and receive tax incentives. In another, Herb Lin of the Center for International Security and Cooperation and Taylor Grossman of Clark Street Associates call attention to the problem of “rife” overclassification within cybersecurity.

 

Other chapters deal with state and local responsibilities, training for security personnel in vulnerable components of critical digital infrastructure and prosecution of computer crimes. The book is edited by Richard Harrison, director of operations and defense technology programs at the American Foreign Policy Council, and Trey Herr, a fellow with the Belfer Center’s Cyber Security Project at the Harvard Kennedy School. Look for some of the book’s authors today at CyCon U.S.