In June, we concluded our Cybersecurity 2020 Student Essay Contest in which we sought original research on how to measure the security impact of policies around the world. Government policy makers around the world struggle with crafting effective policy to reduce cybersecurity risks in the midst of tremendous change in the cyber ecosystem. These developments led us to seek out novel analyses from future cybersecurity thought leaders.
We were excited to receive entries from 17 different countries/regions around the world. Each of the qualifying entries were reviewed by a panel of judges evaluating novelty of analysis, future relevance, and quantitative basis. Today, I am pleased to share the top three prize winners. Read more