Cyber threats are a global risk that governments, the private sector, non-governmental organizations – and the global community as a whole – must deal with. Chatham House aims to build cyber capacity and expertise among policymakers, via our International Security programme's Cyber Policy Portfolio. 

This focuses on building cyber capacity and expertise among policymakers, investigating key issues through publishing in-depth policy research, conducting cyber simulation exercises, and convening high-level meetings with a wide group of stakeholders. 

The programme also produces the highly-respected Journal of Cyber Policy, a unique place for scholars and practitioners to address emerging cyber policy challenges.