Cyber Security

Examining security strategies for combating cybercrime and other cyber threats to critical infrastructure such as civil and military nuclear facilities.

Chatham House research on cyber security looks at both the strategic and legal implications as well as its intersection with other issues, such as the internet of things.

Projects also examine cyber security law and governance and the balance between surveillance and privacy, notably through the Global Commission on Internet Governance. Further research explores the intersection of cyber security with issues of space security and global interdependence.

A major programmatic focus of this work for Chatham House is carried out by the International Security Department and its projects.

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Take Cybersecurity Away From Spies - For Everyone's Sake

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Cyber Populism: Is Social Media Damaging Democracy?

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Are Gulf Countries Doing Enough to Protect their Digital Economies from Cybercrime?

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Cyber Security and Nuclear Security: Addressing Risks and Implementing Solutions

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Cybercrime and the Digital Economy in the GCC Countries

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Regulating the Data that Drive 21st-Century Economic Growth - The Looming Transatlantic Battle

Data centre for T-Systems, a subsidiary of Deutsche Telekom. Photo by: Thomas Trutschel/Photothek/Getty Images
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Why We Need a Transatlantic Charter for Data Security and Mobility

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The Journal of Cyber Policy: Cybercrime and Cybersecurity

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A 21st Century Battleground: The Challenges of Cyber Defence

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Building a Stronger International Legal Framework on Cybercrime

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The Internet of Things Will Be Even More Vulnerable to Cyber Attacks

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Toys and the Internet of Things

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Cybercrime and the Digital Economy in the GCC Countries

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How the Internet of Things is Changing Power Relations Between Citizens, the Private Sector and the State

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Managing Data in the Internet of Things

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Yahoo! Spins a Cautionary Tale for Dealing with Data Privacy

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Tackling Cybercrime: Time For the GCC to Join Global Efforts

The Internet: Dangerous and Broken or Secure and Empowering?
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The Internet: Dangerous and Broken or Secure and Empowering?

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The Internet of Things: Why We’ll Love it Until it Goes Wrong

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What to Know About Space Security

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Launch Control Center control panel for the Minuteman III nuclear intercontinental ballistic missiles located in New Ramer, Colorado. Photo: Andy Cross/Contributor /Getty Images.
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Cybersecurity of Nuclear Weapons Systems: Threats, Vulnerabilities and Consequences

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Beyond the buzzword: big data and national security decision-making

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Public-private partnerships on cyber security: a practice of loyalty

View of Business Bay in Dubai with the new intersection connecting Sheik Zayed Road. Photo: Edward Tian/Contributor/Getty Images.
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Cybercrime and the Digital Economy in the GCC Countries

Data centre for T-Systems, a subsidiary of Deutsche Telekom. Photo by: Thomas Trutschel/Photothek/Getty Images
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Regulating the Data that Drive 21st-Century Economic Growth - The Looming Transatlantic Battle

This image, supplied by the European Space Agency (ESA), shows the Soyuz TMA-19M spacecraft attached to the International Space Station, on 16 June 2016. Photo: Tim Peake/ESA/NASA via Getty Images.
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Space, the Final Frontier for Cybersecurity?

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UK cyber security and critical national infrastructure protection

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Satellites, the floating targets

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Public–private partnerships in national cyber-security strategies

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Cyber Security at Civil Nuclear Facilities: Understanding the Risks

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Toward a Social Compact for Digital Privacy and Security

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Expert view: Tracking the Sony hackers

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Contest and conquest: Russia and global internet governance

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Challenges at the Intersection of Cyber Security and Space Security: Country and International Institution Perspectives

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Big Brother is cashing in on you

The World Today

An internet governance model for the 21st century

The World Today

The government is looking to past public health campaigns to improve cybersecurity

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2014 will be decisive in the battle to maintain freedom of the web

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An internet governance model for the 21st century

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World in Brief: Shorts

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