What is cyber power? How is it measured? Which are the most powerful countries in cyber terms? How do we assess cyber capabilities and intent? Join us as we present the Belfer Center’s National Cyber Power Index and answer these questions. We will explain how to move the debate around cyber power beyond offense and defense and outline the objectives that countries are trying to achieve through cyber means.
We spend a lot of time teaching students the tools of strategy, finance, marketing, and other disciplines to prepare them for the fast evolving digital future. Equally important, however, are developing the skills and character that will be needed to address the ethical issues that are likely to arise in that digital future. Join us for a panel discussion by four business ethics educators and experts to discuss how we can develop those skills and character among the next generation of businesspeople so that they can embrace and prosper in the digital world to come.
Cyber Statecraft entails myriad choices about how and to what end governments use technology. Cloud computing has reshaped the technology landscape, concentrating risk and presenting both new challenges and opportunities to the security of data. This discussion frames state decisions in cyber statecraft along the familiar frontier typology - the good, the bad, and the ugly - and explores how the influence of cloud providers on governments, and governments on providers, is shaping a grand debate.