The Division of Cyber Security and Decision-Making Simulation was established as the first research division in Taiwan and one of only a few globally that link cyber warfare and information security as a joint research issue. This does not only indicate the seriousness of the cyber threats Taiwan faces from the PRC, but also highlights that Taiwan fully recognizes the dual use capacity of both the internet and information. Our division uses resources and knowledge from both the public and private sector as well as from international networks. We are dedicated to providing Taiwan’s Ministry of National Defense with forward-looking fact-based analyses and policy recommendations in information security governance as well as challenges and trends of cyber warfare. We thereby hope to further Taiwan’s national defense strategy of resolute defense and multi-domain deterrence.
|Yi-Suo Tzeng||Assistant Research Fellow||551||Ph.D., Department of Political Science, The George Washington University, USA|
|Pei-Shiue Hsieh||Assistant Research Fellow||501||Ph.D., Department of Political Science, University of Nebraska-Lincoln|
|Che-Jen Wang||Assistant Research Fellow||506||Ph.D., Institute of Economics, Russian Academy of Science|
|Jung-Ming Chang||Postdoctoral Fellow||504||Ph.D., Department of Government and Politics, University of Maryland, USA|
|Chen-Yi Tu||Assistant Research Fellow||604||Ph.D., Institute of Oceanography, National Taiwan University|
|Tsung Han Wu||Assistant Research Fellow||555||Ph.D., Chinese Studies Research, Lau China Institute, King's College London, UK|