Publications

Recent examples of our completed multidisciplinary cyber research that resulted in significant publications:

YearProject and FunderInvestigatorResulting Publications
2019-2020Blockchain Eco System – Implications for Regulators project. Funded by the Japan Financial Services AuthorityYuta Takanashi, Investigator under supervision of Professor Shinichiro MatsuoTakanashi Y, Matsuo S, Jacobs J Burger E, Sullivan C, Angel J, and Saito T, Hashirisaka T, Sato H, “Consideration on Better Tokenization Practices and Regulations Concerning Investor Protection,” (2020) Vol51 Journal of Financial Transformation, 44.
Takanashi Y, Matsuo S, Burger E, Sullivan C, Miller J, and Sato H, “Call for Communication Among Regulators, Engineers, Businesses, and Academia to Establish the Multi-Stakeholder Governance Mechanism for the Emerging Blockchain Based Financial Ecosystem, Part 2” (2020) Vol 3.2 Stanford Journal of Blockchain Law & Policy, 117- 145. https://stanford-jblp.pubpub.org/pub/multistakeholder-comm-governance2/release/1
Takanashi Y, Matsuo S, Burger E, Sullivan C, Miller J, and Sato H, “Call for Communication Among Regulators, Engineers, Businesses, and Academia to Establish the Multi-Stakeholder Governance Mechanism for the Emerging Blockchain Based Financial Ecosystem Part 1” (2020) Vol 3.1 Stanford Journal of Blockchain Law & Policy, 1-20. https://stanford-jblp.pubpub.org/pub/multistakeholder-comm-governance/
2018The Impact of International Privacy and Data Protection Regulation on Artificial Intelligence and Deep Learning in the context of the IoT era project.
Funded by Ontario Systems Inc.
Dr Clare Sullivan, Principal InvestigatorSullivan C, “GDPR Regulation of AI and Deep Learning in the Context of the IoT Era – A Risky Strategy”, (2018) VoI 22 Issue 6 Internet Law Journal 7.
2017-2018Data Protection and the Right to Privacy in the IoT Era’ project,
Funded by Cisco Systems University Research Program grant.
Dr Clare Sullivan, Principal InvestigatorSullivan C, “EU GDPR or APEC CBPR – A comparative analysis of the approach of the EU and APEC to cross border data transfers and protection of personal data in the IoT era’ [2019] 35 Computer Law and Security Review 380-397.
2016-2018E-Residency project to assess the threat posed to U.S. national and international security Funded by U.S. Department of Defense Minerva grant.Dr Clare Sullivan and Dr Eric Burger, Principal Co-InvestigatorsSullivan C and Burger E, “Blockchain, Digital Identity, E-Government”, in “Business Transformation through Blockchain” Vol II, Chapter 9, 233, Trieblmaier, H and Beck, R eds, Palgrave Macmillan, ISBN 978-3-319-99057-6, and e-book ISBN 978-3-319-99058-3 (2018).
Sullivan C, “E-residency: The Next Evolution of Digital Identity” [2018] Vol 47 Journal of Financial Transformation, 165.
2015-2018Project analyzing the international privacy and data security issues for the business to business sharing of cyber threat intelligence.
Funded by Verizon, AT&T and Symantec.
Dr Clare Sullivan, Principal InvestigatorSullivan C and Burger E, “In the Public Interest – The privacy implications of international business-to-business sharing of cyber-threat intelligence” [2017] Vol 33 (1) Computer Law and Security Review 14-29.
2016-2017USAID Responsible Data Guidelines project examining data protection, privacy and security laws in developed and developing nations in Europe, Africa and Asia. Funded by Sonjara Inc.Dr Clare Sullivan, Principal InvestigatorResponsible Data Guidelines, USAID (2019)
2016Project to assess the digital identity, privacy, and data security issues in 54 Commonwealth nations implementing the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 16.9 ‘A Legal Identity for All by 2030.’
Funded by Commonwealth Secretariat, London.
Dr Clare Sullivan, Principal InvestigatorSullivan C, “Digital identity – From Emergent Legal Concept to New Reality”, [2018] Vol 34 Computer Law and Security Review 723–73.
Sullivan C, ‘A Legal Identity for All – Contemporary Legal Issues for the Commonwealth’, Commonwealth Secretariat (2016)
2015-2016Pilot project to assess the threat posed by E- Residency to U.S. national and international security. Funded by U.S. Department of Defense Minerva grant.Dr Clare Sullivan and Dr Eric Burger, Principal Co-InvestigatorsSullivan C and Burger E, “E-Residency and Blockchain” [2017] Vol 33 Computer Law and Security Review 470–481. (Listed in Most Downloaded articles since 2017)