CLS Updates

From the War Room to the Board Room? 
Effectively
Managing Cyber Threats Without Joining the Front Lines

Center on Law and Security Cybersecurity Research

New York, June 29 - Public companies are indisputably at the front lines of today's cybersecurity challenge.  But the fog of cyberwar should not obscure the obligations of companies and their boards of directors in dealing with cyber risk.  In this paper, CLS Distinguished Fellow, Randy Milch, and CLS Executive Director, Zachary Goldman, outline how established corporate governance principles should structure the board's approach to cybersecurity.

Read the full paper here:


CNAS Releases Policy Brief on American Economic Power 
& the New Face of Financial Warfare

Washington, June 17 – Elizabeth Rosenberg, Director of the Center for a New American Security (CNAS) Energy, Economics, and Security Program, and Zachary K. Goldman, an Adjunct Senior Fellow at CNAS and Executive Director of the Center on Law and Security at NYU School of Law, have released a new policy brief, Economic Statecraft: American Economic Power & the New Face of Financial Warfare

Please see our press release here for additional information and a summary of the report.

om the War Room to the Board Room? 
Effectively Managing Cyber Risk without Joining the Front Lines

New Cyber Security Research







The Center on Law and Security and the Center for a New American Security present:
Iran and the Future of the Regional Security and Economic Landscape

Tuesday, July 21, 2015
9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
NYU Washington, DC
RSVP online



Please click here for more information on the event.

CLS Welcomes Michael Hanna as an Adjunct Senior Fellow

NEW YORK – June 22, 2015 -- The politics of the Middle East are of great importance to the United States and its allies.  And many of the most significant legal questions relevant to the Center's mission--whether they are about the ways in which we may counter the rise of terrorist groups like ISIS; the regional impact of negotiations regarding the Iranian nuclear program; or the ongoing state of democratic transitions--arise from the strategic context of the region.

To help the Center navigate these issues, we are excited to welcome Michael Hanna, a scholar whose work focuses on international security, international law, and U.S. foreign policy in the Middle East and South Asia, as an Adjunct Senior Fellow.  Michael, also a Senior Fellow at the Century Foundation and an alumnus of NYU School of Law, will be indispensable in elevating the discourse on these issues within the NYU community and beyond. 

Please click here
for a press release describing Michael's work.
In the News


 

Sanctioning Cyber Crime: The New Face of Deterrence 
Council on Foreign Relations
   

 

Terrorism 2.0? New Challenges in Cyberspace
Georgetown Journal of International Affairs
   

 

Alleged ISIS hopeful from Fort Lee has unlikely past
NorthJersey.com
   

   

The Pot of Gold at the End of the Iranian Rainbow
Foreign Policy
   

 

White House Imposes Order on Often Confused Ransom Policy
Al Jazeera America 
   

 

Senators want China kept out of currency club over hacking
Washington Post