Candice Hoke

About Candice Hoke

Candice Hoke is a Professor of Law at Cleveland-Marshall College of Law, Cleveland State University. She has been involved in cybersecurity and cyber-risk management issues for over a decade. Professor Hoke first developed expertise in voting technology security and founded and directed the federally funded Center for Election Integrity at CSU. Working on election security led Professor Hoke to seek systematic advanced training at Carnegie Mellon University, where she earned a Master’s degree in information security. She was a Cyber Security Engineer with the Cyber Risk and Resilience Team at CERT before returning to Cleveland-Marshall. Professor Hoke’s primary focus is cyber risk management, including assessment tools and resilience planning, but she also is certified by the International Association of Privacy Professionals (CIPP/US) as a privacy specialist. She has co-authored research on the usability of privacy policies and on alternative regulatory approaches for achieving data protection and privacy goals. She has recently presented on these issues at national conferences.

The Quest for Cyber Resilience—Not Merely Security

By | 2016-03-18T03:54:15+00:00 October 4th, 2015|

Business leaders, lawyers, IT specialists, and the larger public have repeatedly heard entreaties for adopting improved cybersecurity measures. Occasionally they now are hearing the term “cyber resilience, ” which public officials (including the President) and security experts espouse as the primary objective. Why the change? What’s different, other than the term? The movement to “resilience”