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Cyber-Enabled Economic Warfare: An Evolving Challenge
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Cyber-Enabled Economic Warfare: An Evolving Challenge

Hudson Institute

Edited by Samantha F. Ravich, Ph.D.

“Cyber-Enabled Economic Warfare: An Evolving Challenge” is a report examining current U.S. economic cybersecurity vulnerabilities—and identifying specific steps American government agencies and private-sector actors should take to better recognize, monitor, and defend themselves against such warfare.

Contributing authors include Mark Dubowitz and Annie Fixler of the Foundation for Defense of Democracies (FDD); Michael Hsieh of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA); Tiffany Rad, computer security analyst, attorney, and adjunct professor at the University of Maine; Hudson Institute Senior Fellow Abram N. Shulsky; FDD’s Juan C. Zarate, who is also chairman and co-founder of the Financial Integrity Network; and Samantha Ravich, CEO of the social media analysis firm A2P, LLC, the report’s general editor.

Leading experts came together on August 3rd to discuss and debate the report’s critical findings in an event hosted by Hudson Institute and the Foundation for Defense of Democracies’ Center on Sanctions and Illicit Finance. Please click here for more information.

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