Cyber is related to computers, ict and networks, and is about both digital information and physical objects. Our research is focused on the many questions concerning securing this domain.
Digital technologies change societies rapidly, and there are great opportunities related to this development. At the same time, our increased dependence on cyberspace create possibilities for criminals to exploit, and vulnerabilities in critical infrastructure and institutions and in crisis situations.NUPI's research aims to understand both the opportunities and challenges related to cyber, and thus contributing to reduce the distance between technology and policy. NUPI works on issues related to cyber security, public-private cooperation, capacity building in developing countries, cyber weapons in international conflicts and threats to critical infrastructure.
Some of the questions we seek to answer, are:
- How should developing countries handle digital challenges?
- What digital threats are there today and in the future, and how can we work to increase public knowledge about these?
- What is the most efficient way to govern cyberspace?
For additional information on our seminar and publications visit our Cyber Security Centre.
News about cyber
Publications about cyber
: NUPI Policy Brief
: NUPI Policy Brief
2017This policy brief analyses China’s ambitions for imposing and strengthening the concept of cyber sovereignty in international negotiations on topics related to cybersecurity and Internet governance (IG). The presentation proceeds through four interconnected steps: 1. brief introduction and background...
- Publication : KRONIKK
Research projects about cyber
Upholding the NATO cyber pledge: What does cyber deterrence and cyber resilience mean for NATO and Norway?2017 (Ongoing)
The aim of this project is to explore how and to what extent deterrence works in cyberspace or whether a focus on resilience as the new strategic logic is the way forward.
Cybersecurity Capacity Building 2.0 - Bridging the digital divide and strengthening sustainable development2016 - 2018 (Ongoing)
This project will study cybersecurity capacity building (CCB) and the sustainability of development processes in developing countries.
2014 - 2015 (Completed)
The project aims to systematically explore cyber security risks in developing countries