Ahmad Sultan, a former graduate researcher and a mentor in BRAVO, has recently published a report on “Improving Cybersecurity Awareness in Underserved Populations” at Center for Long-Term Cybersecurity (CLTC). Ahmad is a recent graduate of UC Berkeley’s Goldman School of Public Policy and serves as the Associate Director for Research, Advocacy and Technology and Policy at the Anti-Defamation League’s Center for Technology and Society.
The report highlights how ‘underserved’ residents in San Francisco face relatively high risks of being victims of cyber attacks. It encourages city leaders to study their own populations’ cybersecurity awareness and to provide targeted trainings. The report can be found here.