Welcome to The CACR Supplement, a website and resource brought to you by the Indiana University Center for Applied Cybersecurity Research. The CACR Supplement strives to provide readers with a centralized location for discussion and commentary surrounding cybersecurity and information privacy. It is our goal to create and maintain a place for our leadership, fellows, guest bloggers, and professional students to contribute commentary in privacy, data security, and related fields. The CACR Supplement hopes to provide a forum for new insight on all things information security and privacy. Specifically, the CACR Supplement looks to contribute content in a number of unique ways, including
- Cybersecurity and Privacy Digests: Check back frequently as the Supplement posts interesting news events related to cybersecurity, privacy, and other related topics from the mainstream press.
- Commentary from Leading Scholars and Experts:The Center for Applied Cybersecurity Research has a unique blend of fellows addressing all aspects of security and privacy law and policy, computer networking, applied cryptography, and cybercrime. Authors will be encouraged to stir debate, provide suggestions on policy approaches, and continue to discuss the ever-growing threats to our personal information and infrastructure.
- Legislative Review in Cybersecurity and Information Privacy: We will include legislative reviews of recently proposed federal legislation. In addition, our experts will provide commentary on the new policy and legal initiatives they find most relevant.
Both nationally and internationally, significant concerns have arisen on how we secure our most valuable information and data while providing the proper respect for individual liberties. Whether you are an expert in a given field, up-and-coming policy advocate, a student, or just a curious citizen, the CACR Supplement hopes to provide you with the most informative content and thought-provoking commentary in the world of cybersecurity and information privacy from the perspective of those at the Center for Applied Cybersecurity Research.