Prime Minister’s Office, India
Foreign and Commonwealth Office, UK
Ecosystem, Early Metrics
Global Commission on Stability in Cyberspace.
SICPA North America
Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Germany
Technology and transformation
In many parts of the world, tensions offline are now mirrored online. In the manner of a Wachowskis movie, machines
Framing multistakeholder conversations on encryption
An encryption policy must aim to enhance trust in the digital economy and encrypted platforms help to ensure privacy &
Encryption policy 2.0: Securing India’s digital economy
Observer Research Foundation, in collaboration with the Centre for Internet & Society and the Takshashila Institution, convened a multistakeholder
Privacy and security risks of digital payments
Across the middle mile, data is transmitted without strong encryption. Payment systems must be redesigned to prospectively protect privacy and
Privacy Inc. — The one where Supreme Court saved Aadhaar
To begin with, the government must account for Aadhaar’s biggest shortcomings — its centralised design and proliferating linkages.
The new rules of data application
The three-way contract between the user, service provider and app provider will determine several questions in the future.
The national security case against Aadhaar
Linking Aadhaar to nearly everything creates a “map of maps” that is vulnerable at multiple points.
Leveraging technology for trust: A blockchain-based Aadhar?
The blockchain can track anything that has value in the digital realm. This is significant since it allows users to
Strategic technology might disrupt India-China status quo
What does the quest by Chinese companies for "top-to-bottom" domination of digital platforms mean for India?
Countering violent extremism: Lessons for India
How serious a challenge is online radicalisation for India’s security establishment? Is there now a need to go beyond purely
Hitting Refresh: Making India-US data sharing work
This paper identifies elements in the data sharing process that result in inefficiencies. It suggests reforms that can help address
What we need to talk about when we talk about Artificial Intelligence
Any inherent bias in the data on which an AI machine is programmed is invisible and incomprehensible to most end-users.
AI replicating same conceptions of gender roles that are being removed in real world
There is nothing inherently empowering or sexist about technology. It just reflects the values of its creators.
Responding to the arrival of Artificial Intelligence
The progress of AI has been attributed to three main factors — the availability of Big Data from sources such
Defining the protection of ‘the public core of the internet’ as a national interest
This paper discusses the tensions between the concept of ‘the public core of the internet’ and those of state sovereignty
Germany needs to address fake news and digital illiteracy
Why should one remember 2016? Presumably, what is pertinent to remember, out of various instances, is the influence of fake
India and Russia sign cyber agreement, pushing the frontier for strategic cooperation
India and Russia signed a far-reaching cyber security agreement on the sidelines of the BRICS summit in Goa in 2016.