Cyber War & Cyber Peace

The CNS Cyber War and Cyber Peace Program will draw upon our expertise, contacts, and outreach to focus on the intersection of technology, security, governance and freedom in the digital realm. While efforts have been made to bridge the gap between the government and private sector to address cyber conflict, there lacks a centralized hub to bring these three essential pillars together. Working collaboratively with a number of exciting new initiatives in the cyber realm, we would like to enhance and strengthen the gaps between the public and private sector along with the citizenry. With this project, CNS aims to change the conversation proliferating around cyber peace and security, ensuring that a larger constituency is represented to seek sustainable solutions to the current challenges posed to our security, democracy and freedom.

Affiliated Events

The Fifth Domain: Defending Our Country, Our Companies, and Ourselves in the Age of Cyber Threats

July 15, 2019

A book talk with co-author Richard A. Clarke
Moderated by Karen J. Greenberg

Rethinking Classified Information Sharing with the Private Sector

July 2019

A round table discussion with Rob Knake

Proxy Challenges: Lessons Learned from the Cyber Realm

April 2019

A round table discussion with Jen Easterly and Eric Goldstein

Click Here to Kill Everybody: Security and Survival in a Hyper-Connected World

September 17, 2018

A book talk with author Bruce Schneier
Moderated by Ben Wizner