The NAIC Research Working Group brings together AI and Cybersecurity researchers to safeguard the United States and its allies and to jointly advance AI and Cybersecurity technology. We connect experts, gather information, share knowledge, and build solutions to create a safer, smarter world.
The working group initiates outreach to prospective NAIC-ISAO members to engage them in research activities and promotes research outcomes to the benefit of all member societies.
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The Research Working Group seeks to build a team of leading academics and researchers (including post-grad candidates) from top universities and research-oriented institutions, specializing in the fields of AI and Cybersecurity.
The group will use both short term and long term goals to identify and define projects to focus efforts on. For each goal, the group should develop specific, measurable, achievable, relevant, and time-bound (SMART) objectives, along with clear action plans, timelines, and success indicators. Regular reviews and adjustments should be made to ensure the continuous relevance and effectiveness of the group’s activities and contributions.
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Initially, the Task Force will meet on a quarterly basis for regular meetings. Additional working meetings will be proposed and held as needed.
Task Force Overview
For more details about the NAIC Research Working Group, please download the overview document below.
To improve the cybersecurity posture of the United States and NATO member countries critical infrastructure within the midmarket, this includes both public and private entities.
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Task Force: Quantum Critical Threshold
To help society to anticipate and take precautionary measures in the face of the imminent crisis commonly referred to as “Quantum Apocalypse”, when most of the world encryption systems become vulnerable to Cybercriminal state actors and private criminal organizations equipped with (or being able to timeshare) Quantum Computers.
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Tortora Brayda Institute for Partnership Excellence drives thought leadership by uniting in partnership the shapers of cyber security from government, industry and academia to shape the global evolution of cyber space in a manner that advances our conjoined economic and security interests.