Stanford Cyber Initiative

Policy research on cybersecurity, governance and the future of work

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Research

The Cyber Initiative brings together researchers across the Stanford campus to solve the biggest issues in cybersecurity, governance and the future of work.

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Training

We teach undergraduate and graduate students how technology affects policy, economics, society and more. Our goal is to foster a new generation of leaders who will shape this field.

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Policy

All Cyber Initiative projects have a policy component. We collaborate with the tech industry and policymakers to address concerns surrounding new technologies.

Leadership

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Dan Boneh

Co-Director, Stanford Cyber Initiative
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Dan Boneh

Co-Director, Stanford Cyber Initiative
Professor, Computer Science and Electrical Engineering
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Michael A. McFaul

Co-Director, Stanford Cyber Initiative
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Michael A. McFaul

Co-Director, Stanford Cyber Initiative
Professor, Political Science
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Allison Berke

Executive Director, Stanford Cyber Initiative
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Allison Berke

Executive Director, Stanford Cyber Initiative

Security, Governance, and Work

Research at the Cyber Initiative focuses on understanding relationships between cyber technologies and security, governance, and work.

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By the Numbers

32 Research Projects
48 Faculty Researchers
4654800 Research Funding Distributed