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It is rapidly becoming apparent that applying economic principles to cyber and national security issues is of paramount importance. Thus, over the last several years researchers interested in the intersection between economics and information security have been holding a Workshop on Economics and Information Security (WEIS).  WEIS provides an annual forum for discussion on issues of major importance to individuals interested in cyber and national security.  


The first WEIS Forum was held at UC-Berkeley (2002).  Since then forums have been held at such universities as Harvard, University of Maryland, Dartmouth, Carnegie Mellon, and Cambridge.  The "Gordon-Loeb Model" has been one focal point of discussion at many of these forums.


Dr. Lawrence A. Gordon at 2006 WEIS held at the University of Cambridge

 

 



Dr. Martin P. Loeb at 2006 WEIS held at the University of Cambridge

 

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