Addresses Tomorrow’s Security Challenges
Our researchers are tackling important questions that will shape the future of cybersecurity.
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AI Policy Hub
Advancing interdisciplinary research to anticipate and address AI policy opportunities About The AI Policy…
AI Security Initiative
Analyzing Global Security Implications of Artificial Intelligence Who We Are Housed in the UC…
Board Governance of Cybersecurity Risk
How can boards play a more strategic role in cybersecurity governance and oversight? Where…
Digital Security for Civil Society Civil society organizations, including journalists, human rights defenders, and…
Cybersecurity Futures 2030
From ubiquitous software-controlled vehicles, Web 3.0, innovations in gaming, virtual reality, and hyper-scale Cloud…
Cybersecurity Arts, Imagery, and Games
The conceptual and practical aspects of the term “cybersecurity” are evolving rapidly, as what…
Helping decision makers anticipate and address structural risks to the global Internet through measurements,…
A series of Python labs designed to train the next generation of students to…
To be prescient is powerful
The Center for Long-Term Cybersecurity actively seeks partners with whom to build and expand our future-focused research agenda.
Our community of students and alumni represent the next generation of leaders in industry, public interest, and cybersecurity research.
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Developing Tomorrow’s Leaders
The Master of Information and Cybersecurity Delivered Online from UC Berkeley
The UC Berkeley School of Information’s Master of Information
and Cybersecurity (MICS) program prepares students with advanced
technical and managerial skills needed to combat cyber attacks and
become influential leaders in cybersecurity.
Delivered on an interactive, online platform and designed by UC Berkeley
I School faculty, the MICS program brings the unique UC Berkeley
experience to students — no matter where they live.
“We’re not going to train you to just be a professional on the day you graduate — we’re going to train you with the underlying technology and knowledge so that you’ll be able to upgrade your skills over time and stay effective in the [job] market.”Steven Weber, Professor