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Cybersecurity Ideas Lab Report

Cybersecurity Ideas Lab Report: Interdisciplinary Pathways towards a More Secure Internet

The Cybersecurity Ideas Lab, supported by NSF Grant Number 1418289 under the Secure and Trustworthy Cyberspace (SaTC) Program, was held on February 10-12 in Arlington, Virginia. This workshop convened a multidisciplinary group of experts from academia, industry and government to generate high-impact ideas for significantly enhancing the security of the Internet ecosystem.

The Ideas Lab yielded 16 actionable recommendations for improving cybersecurity, highlighting themes of technology, policy and leadership. The recommendations are detailed in the workshop report, Interdisciplinary Pathways towards a More Secure Internet. The report may be downloaded here.


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