CCSA is a 501(c)3 Non-Profit organization dedicated to promoting and leading a diversified research agenda in the field of cyber conflict.
CCSA’s vision is to be the premier thought leader in the field by fostering dialogue, leading research, and developing academic programs focused on the implications of cyber conflict.
CCSA promotes and leads international intellectual development efforts to advance the field of cyber conflict research. These activities include workshops that bring together professionals from industry, academia and government to discuss strategic issues surrounding cyber conflict and the publication of insightful research articles and position papers and books.
CCSA also plays an important role in our national cyber-readiness strategy, serving as a resource for national security decision-makers and helping to frame and promote national cyber conflict policy.
CCSA brings together an experienced group of researchers, policymakers, operators, and emerging academics in the fields of cyber conflict study.
Board of Directors
Chairman of the Board
Chief Executive Officer and Founding Partner of Delta Risk
Cyber Security IT Security Engineering Professional
Melissa K. Griffith
Fourth Annual Workshop on the Bridging the Gap on Cyber Conflict 2019
The fourth annual Workshop on Bridging the Gap of Cyber Conflict was held November 12 at Columbia University School…
Third Annual Workshop on the Bridging the Gap on Cyber Conflict 2018
The third annual Bridging the Gap on Cyber Conflict Workshop was held November 1-2 at the FireEye Corporation in…
Third Annual Workshop on the State-of-the-Field of Cyber Conflict On June 13th, the Cyber Conflict Studies Association and the…