CLS Updates

The Center for Cyber Security presents:

Cyber Dialogues: Technology, Risk, and Governance
Monday, March 7, 2016
5:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Dibner Auditorium, 5 MetroTech Center
Brooklyn, New York

To register, please click here.

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 & the NYU Journal of International Law and Politics Release New Study on the Future of Deterrence:

Navigating Deterrence: Law, Strategy, and Security in the Twenty-First Century analyzes the future of deterrence as a strategy for managing a growing set of persistent security challenges. These include threats from cyberspace and terrorist attacks, as well as the humanitarian and strategic costs imposed by rogue regimes like Syria. The volume also includes new research on the development of the U.S.-Soviet relationship during the Cold War, and the relationship between deterrence in criminal law studies and deterrence in national security strategy.  The Center collaborated with the NYU Abu Dhabi Institute to host a workshop where drafts of the essays included in the volume were first presented. 

Read the full paper here: 
Navigating Deterrence: Law, Strategy, and Security in the Twenty-First Century

Brick Court Chambers, the Center for a New American Security, and the Center on Law and Security at NYU School of Law present:

The Business of Sanctions: Operating in an Increasingly Uncertain World

The Royal United Services Institute, London, November 10, 2015 - As governments increasingly reach for sanctions as the tool of choice in international relations and as the global business community assesses how to balance investment opportunity against the risk of censure and fine, this panel discussion will take stock of the way in which the varied imposition and removal of sanctions is affecting decision-making.

Tuesday, November 10, 2015, 6:00 p.m.
RUSI, Whitehall, London, SW1A 2ET

For more information go to the RUSI webpage