New Frontiers in Cybersecurity

Computer and network security, in addition to national and global security online (now generally termed cybersecurity) has been of great concern to the CFTMS founders for many years. The capability of bad actors to undertake efforts to cripple and destroy computer networks and machinery connected to them has been growing over time. Now it seems…

e-Diplomacy, National Security and the Digital Age

This week, a book published by Georgetown University came out entitled Diplomacy, Development and Security in the Information Age. CFTMS co-founder Sarah Granger co-authored a chapter in this book, entitled “Cybersecurity and Modern Grand Strategy.” The 150 page book deals with several challenging topics around national security and the changing landscape of policies as technology…

CFTMS Update

Spring was busy for the Center for Technology, Media & Society. We reviewed several project proposals under consideration and will be embarking on new projects, to be announced soon. CFTMS founder, Sarah Granger, spoke at South by Southwest Interactive on cybersecurity and for the Women Who Tech Telesummit regarding online privacy. She also wrote articles…

CFTMS News: Security, Tracking, and Hacking

The past few months have been busy for us at the Center for Technology, Media & Society. We’ve been researching several potential projects, while holding meetings with potential partners and learning from colleagues about where there’s an existing need for our efforts. We’re also forming a more detailed plan for the growth of the organization,…