Endowed programmes enable CSCIS to attract and recruit the brightest minds in the cyber + security. This enables us to build foundational programmess that deliver insightful, results oriented, high-impact research into the many faceted fields within cyberspace covering a wide range of topics, study, and disciplines.
Fellowships at the Center for Strategic Cyberspace + International Studies allow academics and cyberspace professionals from diverse backgrounds to work with CSCIS and our faculty of experts to, conduct research, publish, and gain an insight into the many aspects of cyberspace and issues facing industry and related cybersecurity.
If you have a particular area interest in cyberspace or cybersecurity, you can support specific a project or research and development under way at CSCIS. This includes work being done in our regional centers on CSCIS initiatives or nominate your own research project proposal to be reviewed by CSCIS. Currently CSCIS programmess and research is focused in areas such as cyber defense, cyber science, international law, strategy and cyber policy. We also focus on cyber-centric technology, next generation technology innovation, education and awareness, critical infrastructure protection, and other key cyber issues on national and economic security.