Learn from cybersecurity and policy experts at the Cyber Initiative seminar series
Consider joining our affiliated student group, Applied Cybersecurity!
Cyber Policy courses in International Policy Studies
Suggested Courses of Interest
CME 238: Artificial Intelligence in Financial Technology (MS&E 446)
CSRE 51K: Election 2016 (HISTORY 51K, POLISCI 51K)
MGTECON 513: Platform Competition in Digital Markets
COMM 124: Lies, Trust, and Tech (COMM 224)
MS&E 193: Technology and National Security (MS&E 293)
IPS 232: Hacking for Diplomacy
CS 255: Introduction to Cryptography
IPS 245: Does Google Need a Foreign Policy? Private Corporations & International Security in the Digital Age (PUBLPOL 245)
ECON 152: The Future of Finance (ECON 252, PUBLPOL 364, STATS 238)
CS 22A: The Social & Economic Impact of Artificial Intelligence (IPS 200)
LAW 4015: Modern Surveillance Law
MS&E 130: Information Networks and Services
SCPD Webinar on Cyber Security
Dan Boneh is teaching a fall 2018 course on Bitcoin; for a preview, see his SCPD webinar on the future of Bitcoin and cyber security.
The Future of Bitcoin and Cyber Security
Stanford Center for Professional Development
Blockchain scholarship published in the Stanford Journal of Blockchain Law and Policy
The Stanford Journal of Blockchain Law and Policy is the first law journal to publish on the greater blockchain technology space. It features Articles (peer-reviewed), Essays, and Comments. Edited by Stanford University and Stanford-affiliated academics and practitioners based out of the CodeX Stanford Blockchain Group, JBLP fills a critical need in the field for a neutral, disinterested, and reputable platform to publish high-quality content and to advance discourse.