CCSA currently focuses on promoting and leading a diversified and interdisciplinary research agenda to advance the field of cyber conflict and is expanding its role as a hub for dialogue and debate.  Bringing together national security and information security, CCSA's vision is to foster international dialogue, lead innovative and forward-moving research projects, and serve as a hub for cross-disciplinary conversations and debates on the implications of the emerging field of cyber conflict and cyber operations.  These implications, in part, include: cyber warfare; cyber crime; cyber counterintelligence; cyber terrorism, and; cyber deterrence.  We also collaborate and co-sponsor workshops and conferences with leading national security, foreign policy, and cyber strategy organizations to bring together professionals across sectors for the most important issues in cyberspace.

Our current research projects focus on cyber history and post-Stuxnet cyber conflict.  Please see individual pages for more information.