About the Project
By Tom Kean and Lee Hamilton
While the core of al-Qaeda is reeling from 12 years of relentless pressure, its ideology is still winning new converts even on our soil. The future face of terrorism is decentralized and more diffuse, creating a challenge for law enforcement because it can surface anywhere, often without warning.
The issue of cybersecurity is vast and requires analysis from a range of experts and perspectives. The Bipartisan Policy Center Homeland Security Project compiled this list of reports on cyber security from policy analysis centers across the country, as well as resources from businesses and news sources. It is our intent to provide a helpful starting tool to cyber security researchers who seek a wide array of opinions and information.