By Kamran Kara-Pabani. July 10, 2020. The Black Lives Matter movement has been reignited in the American consciousness after the brutal killings of George Floyd and other African Americans have been exposed to the public. Much of this movement focuses around the fundamentally flawed model of policing in the United States and the propensity […]
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The Perfect Weapon: Recapping an Event with David Sanger David Sanger, New York Times National Security Correspondent, October 9, 2019. By Matthew Noles. October 28, 2019. David Sanger, a veteran reporter for The New York Times and recipient of two Pulitzer Prizes, visited Duke on October 9th to discuss current national security events, cyberwarfare, and […]
Duke CISO Addresses Duke Cyber Club By Joanne Kim. October 23, 2019. Richard Biever, Duke University’s Chief Information Security Officer, and Mary McKee, the Director of Identity Management and Security Services in Duke’s Office of Information Technology (OIT), spoke at a Duke Cyber Club event on September 30, 2019. They discussed security approaches at educational […]
U.S. Resilience in the Face of Cyber Warfare: Recapping an American Grand Strategy Event with Samant...
Samantha Ravich, Senior Advisor of FDD and Chairman of FDD’s Transformative Cyber Innovation Lab, September 23, 2019. By Akanksha Ray. October 17, 2019. As cyber technology continues to advance and precipitate an interconnected global space, the U.S. faces the potent threat of cyberattacks that can fully compromise our national security. In the face of this […]