Proceedings of the Global Digital Futures Forum 2017
Experts weigh in: the proceedings of the 2017 edition of the Global Digital Futures Forum include background papers from experts covering the effect of fragmentation upon global governance, international trade, trust and assurance, global platforms and international development, cyber conflict and democracy, the digital economy, and financial systemic risk

New York Cyber Task Force Report
In September 2017, the New York Cyber Task Force released a series of recommendations that would help make it easier to defend cyberspace without sacrificing the utility, flexibility, and convenience that has made the Internet so essential to our economies and personal lives.

The U.S. Government and Zero-Day Vulnerabilities: From Pre-Heartbleed to Shadow Brokers
In November 2016, Jason Healey published a report based on research conducted over the past six months with a class of graduate students on how the U.S. Government manages vulnerabilities through the Vulnerability Equities Process.

The Rising Geopolitics of Internet Governance: Cyber Sovereignty v. Distributed Governance
In November 2016, Laura DeNardis, Gordon Goldstein and David A. Gross published a working paper presenting the historical perspective of internet governance as a conflict between two incommensurable visions for the internet.

Other publications

Cybersecurity and Cyber Conflict

The U.S. Government and Zero-Day Vulnerabilities: From Pre-Heartbleed to Shadow Brokers
by Jason Healey

Individual versus Organizational Computer Security and Privacy Concerns in Journalism
by Susan E. McGregor, Franziska Roesner, and Kelly Caine

“Security by Obscurity”: Journalists’ Mental Models of Information Security
by Susan E. McGregor, and Elizabeth Anne Watkins

Abstract: The Logic of Coercion in Cyberspace
by Erica D. Borghard, and Shawn W. Lonergan

Abstract: When are Cyber Attacks State-sponsored and how can we know?
by Justin Key Canfil

Abstract: What it Takes to Develop a Cyber Weapon
by Max Smeets

Cyber Conflict: Prevention, Stability and Control
by Jason Healey, and Tim Maurer
 

Global Internet Governance

The Rising Geopolitics of Internet Governance: Cyber Sovereignty v. Distributed Governance
by Laura DeNardis, Gordon Goldstein and David A. Gross

The Brazilian Multistakeholderism on Internet Governance
by Fernanda R. Rosa

Global Security Challenges and Data: Intelligence Gathering, Encryption, and Sharing in a World of ISIS
by Sir David Omand

National Data Governance in a Global Economy
by Anupam Chander
 

Economic Issues in a Digital World

Abstract: Building the Superfast Internet One City at a Time: The Case of Google Fiber
by Burcu Baykurt

Abstract: Emerging Markets for Cybercriminals: Ransom and Purchase of Stolen Data by Victims and Authorized Intermediaries
by Josephine Wolff

The Economic Effects of Information Security Failures on Firms, 2005-2015
by Christos Makridis, and Benjamin Dean

On Notice: The Coming Transformation of Key Economic Sectors
by Joah Sapphire
 

Rights, civic tech & participation

Civic Tech for Inclusive Governance
by Hollie Russon Gilman

Semantic Analysis of One Million #GamerGate Tweets Using Semantic Category Correlations
by Phillip R. Polefrone

Why and How to Build Civic Tech Hubs in Emerging Markets – A Case Study of Phandeeyar: A Myanmar Innovation Lab
by Danielle Tomson

Civic entrepreneurs: Global perspectives on open data, engagement and urban governance
by Hollie Russon Gilman