Information Access Seminar

Cybersecurity Futures 2030: Global Insights to Anticipate and Address Tomorrow’s Cybersecurity Challenges

Friday, October 27, 2023
3:10 pm to 5:00 pm PDT

Ann Cleaveland and Matthew Nagamine

From ubiquitous software-controlled vehicles, innovations in gaming, virtual reality, and hyper-scale cloud adoption, to supply chain frictions, a proliferation of inexpensive tools available to cybercriminals, the emergence of synthetic image generators, and fractures in global internet governance, the landscape of digital security is constantly changing.

Cybersecurity Futures 2030 is a foresight-focused scenario-planning exercise, led by the Center for Long-Term Cybersecurity in partnership with the World Economic Forum, to consider how cybersecurity is set to transform over the next five to seven years. This talk will discuss findings that have emerged from a series of international workshops on four continents, teeing up important choices in cybersecurity that decision-makers can use to seize opportunities, address challenges, and mitigate risks that exist just over the horizon.

This seminar will be held both online & in person. You are welcome to join us either in South Hall or via Zoom.

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Ann Cleaveland is the executive director of UC Berkeley’s Center for Long-Term Cybersecurity, where she is responsible for growing key partnerships, managing day-to-day operations, and stewarding a strategy to fulfill the mission of CLTC’s multidisciplinary research center. Her research interests include cybersecurity futures, digital risk communications, and governance of cyber risk. Cleaveland is a senior leader and business manager with experience in philanthropy, non-profit management, and industry.

Prior to joining CLTC, she served as the senior director of strategic planning at the ClimateWorks Foundation, where she led multiple initiatives focused on supporting a large, philanthropic collaborative in a more strategic, effective, and science-based response to global climate change.

Matthew Nagamine is CLTC’s manager of strategic partnerships, where he cultivates relationships with key partners to support CLTC’s research programs. He also oversees Cybersecurity Futures and manages CLTC’s grants program.

Matt earned his bachelor's degree in political science with a minor in African American studies from UC Berkeley conducted research in Professor Nikki Jones’ Justice Interactions Lab, exploring the intersections of race, gender, and justice. He was also on the research team for the Social Science Matrix’s Research Network Graph project, an interactive data visualization tool designed to navigate and access social science research at UC Berkeley. He also served as a research assistant for the I School’s Center for Technology, Society, and Policy (CTSP).

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Ann Cleaveland, CLTC’s Executive Director
Matthew Nagamine
Matthew Nagamine


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October 6, 2023