The blog of the Science, Technology and Public Policy program of the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, John F. Kennedy School of Government.
Category Archives: Security
by Melissa E. Hathaway The Internet, together with the information communications technology (ICT) that underpins it, is a critical national resource for governments, a vital part of national infrastructures and a key driver of economic growth. Over the last … Continue reading
A cyber attack could make it all happen again. by Joel Brenner Verizon’s chief technology officer surveyed a flooded major switching facility in lower Manhattan and put it bluntly: “There is nothing working here. Quite frankly, this is wider than … Continue reading
by Zachary Tumin Last month the Council on Foreign Relations published a report co-authored by Joel I. Klein and Condoleezza Rice, titled, “U.S. Education Reform and National Security.” Giving voice to the work of its task force of 25 scholars … Continue reading