About

The Stanford Cyber Initiative is a hub for policy-relevant research across disciplines.

Mission

Working across disciplines, the Stanford Cyber Initiative aims to understand how technology affects security, governance, and the future of work. We connect the tech industry with policymakers in Washington, D.C., to address policy concerns.

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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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

Contact

General Inquiries: stanford-cyber@stanford.edu

Allison Berke, Executive Director: aberke@stanford.edu

Research

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

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.

Policy

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

Learn more about our research on the Raw Data podcast

Raw Data is a podcast about the true cost of digital disruption, produced by the Cyber Initiative and Worldview Stanford

By the Numbers

32 Research Projects
48 Faculty Researchers
4654800 Research Funding Distributed