In a new Baker Institute white paper, information technology policy fellow Chris Bronk considers the factors that affect an organization's ability to secure its digital information from theft, and offers guidance on rethinking digital security measures. Instead of responding to a cyberattack after the fact, Bronk suggests identifying and protecting the company's most valuable digital information before hackers attempt to compromise it.
Read more about the issue in "Risk-intelligent Governance in the Age of Cyberthreats."
David R. Brockman
Oct 22 2021 | Religion & Public Policy
Luz Maria Garcini
Oct 22 2021 | Center for the U.S. and Mexico