Our range of experience, expertise and our reputation for quality, objectivity, independence, and integrity links to research and analysis on broad areas where the private + philanthropic sector interests intersect with public.
CSCIS provides services to globally including North America, Europe, the Middle East, and Asia that assist the with cyber research, technology, Innovation + assessment, programme evaluation, strategic planning, policy analysis, intelligence, and development.
From Research and analysis on cyber, security and policy, in specific areas crucial to business, to predicting trends in cyber and the impact of regulatory, governance, and policy changes, CSCIS can complement your firm’s skills and instil and deliver problem-solving capacity with new ideas.
CSCIS and work is funded by projects and clients. Our approach to research and analysis helps the sector improve policy and decision making as it relates to cyberspace and security. Research funded by philanthropy complements our project funded work. Gifts to donations to CSCIS help us augment our revenue and approach problems that may be large, complex, different, or too new for government or clients to address. Due to its nature of being an independent non profit, we bring an independent view and focus to our work and our clients.
- CSCIS provides valuable strategic advice and operational recommendations to the private sector focusing on experience and expertise to develop and apply the latest methodologies, tools, standards, and technologies, to solve complex policy issues; particularly where it converges with the public sector.
- CSCIS and our work covers a wide range of disciplines, from cyber policy, international cybersecurity issues, threat and intelligence assessments to social policy to public internet security. Making CSCIS an exceptional partner.
The digital world has become complex and interconnected. As a result, decision makers and organizations around the globe find CSCIS can help put cybersecurity elements and policy together for the foundation community, and help generate innovative ideas with evidence-based options on important cyber challenges they may face, seeking answers to critical questions relating to cyber:
- Many cyber and cybersecurity and policy decisions, hinge on ‘common sense’ assumptions about cybersecurity taken as truths. Solid research replaces suppositions and peer-reviewed data, which can profoundly change the landscape the issues at hand. Our research on behalf of philanthropists and foundations is held to a rigorous standard that is expected of CSCIS, and our reputation for integrity, excellence, independence, and objectivity.
- This means that our findings are taken seriously with research that answers essential questions that might otherwise go unanswered.
Much of our work focuses on policy, emerging technologies, security, innovation, and associated cyber challenges facing regions, governments, and NGOs around the world by anticipating future security requirements.