Virtual Library

Our virtual library is an online repository of all of the reports, papers, and briefings that IST has produced, as well as works that have influenced our thinking.

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Reports

Unlocking U.S. Technological Competitiveness: Proposing Solutions to Public-Private Misalignments

Ben Purser, Pavneet Singh

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Articles

The Phone-a-Friend Option: Use Cases for a U.S.-U.K.-French Crisis Communication Channel

Daniil Zhukov

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Articles

China: Nuclear Crisis Communications and Risk Reduction

Dr. Tong Zhao

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Articles

Use-Cases of Resilient Nuclear Crisis Communications: A View from Russia

Dmitry Stefanovich

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Articles

Pakistan: Mitigating Nuclear Risks Through Crisis Communications

Dr. Rabia Akhtar

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Articles

Resilient Nuclear Crisis Communications: India’s Experience

Dr. Manpreet Sethi

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Reports

A Lifecycle Approach to AI Risk Reduction: Tackling the Risk of Malicious Use Amid Implications of Openness

Louie Kangeter

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Hacking in Plain Sight: Offensive Cyber Operations in the Russo-Ukrainian War

Erica D. Lonergan, Silas Cutler, Marc Rogers, and Megan Stifel

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When Russia invaded Ukraine, much was said about the perceived lack of cyber operations being used in the early part of the war. However, offensive cyber campaigns have indeed been key components of the ongoing conflict, and are important to investigate and understand.

On May 11, 2022, the Army Cyber Institute’s Erica D. Lonergan, Stairwell’s Silas Cutler, Okta’s Marc Rogers, and IST’s Megan Stifel had a conversation about the range of cyber operations seen in the Russo-Ukrainian war, how each country responded, the implications for both countries, and what we can learn when it comes to modern cyber operations in wartime.