Cybersecurity and Internet Governance

The Program on Cybersecurity and Internet Governance, created in January 2017, brings together scholars from across Indiana University and beyond to build scholarly networks, as well as seek out partnerships with managers and policymakers in the United States and abroad in order to translate research findings into effective policy. A polycentric approach to both Internet governance and cybersecurity risk management will be encouraged in this program with scholars coming from diverse backgrounds including, but not limited to: Secure Computing, Law, Business, Economics, Ethics, Public Policy, Media, Education, Psychological and Brain Sciences, Political Science, and International Relations. Only through such a multi-disciplinary, multi-sector, multi-stakeholder partnership might meaningful progress be made toward engendering sustainable models of Internet governance and an equitable cyber peace.

From leading security faculty in nationally ranked academic units to cutting-edge infrastructure, established relationships with various levels of government, and the long history of the Ostrom Workshop pushing the boundaries of governance research, IU is a natural home for this new and innovative program.”
— Program Director Scott Shackelford

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