Senior Director, Communications
As the war in Ukraine continues, destroying cities and causing the worst humanitarian crisis in Europe in a generation, NTI’s policy experts are fanning out across the news media to discuss the implications of Putin’s actions
Erin Dumbacher, senior program officer of NTI’s Scientific and Technical Affairs Program, and Lynn Rusten, vice president of NTI’s Global Nuclear Policy Program, call attention to the cyber risks inherent in nuclear weapons systems and modernization efforts in a recent article published by The National Interest, “Nuclear Weapons Must Be Safe from Cyber Threats.”
A n NTI report warns that the digitization and automation plans for the first major upgrade of the U.S. nuclear weapons systems in years carry risks alongside key benefits.
The Advisory Group will address the challenges and opportunities presented by new and emerging technologies to reduce the risks of weapons of mass destruction.
New Op Ed: Reengagement with Russia is too important to wait for the Mueller probe to end. That means it’s time for Congress to take the lead.
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