Established in the United Kingdom, the Center for Strategic Cyberspace + International Studies is a bipartisan, multilateral, international organization. It seeks to advance global cyberspace security and prosperity by providing strategic insights for cyberspace and policy solutions to decision makers.
Founded in 2010 by Richard W. Zaluski, CSCIS is one of the world’s only – preeminent international institutions focused purely on cyberspace, cyber defense, security studies + science, and transnational cyber challenges ranging from critical infrastructure, to the impact of cyber on global development and economic integration.
Richard Zaluski, has chaired the CSCS Board of Directors since 2010 and is the Centres president and chief executive officer. CSCIS represents what is best about cyber-centric leadership, and is capable of bringing together diverse, converging viewpoints, and leadership for cyberspace.
The CSCIS focus on cyberspace provides advancement cyber international policy focused on defense and security; regional and transnational cyber challenges ranging from critical infrastructures, technology, cybercrime, terrorism, and research to national security, development and economic integration.Since its inception the Center for Strategic Cyberspace + International Studies / CSCIS has worked to develop practical solutions for today’s cyberspace challenges.