Published Articles

“The Internet Enabled Mass Surveillance. AI Will Enable Mass Spying.,” Slate, December 4, 2023.

“AI and Trust,” Harvard Kennedy School Belfer Center, December 1, 2023.

“Ten Ways AI Will Change Democracy,” Harvard Kennedy School Ash Center, November 6, 2023.

“Decoupling for Security,” IEEE Spectrum, November 5, 2023.

“Trustworthy AI Means Public AI,” IEEE Security & Privacy, November 1, 2023.

“Who’s Accountable for AI Usage in Digital Campaign Ads? Right Now, No One.,” Harvard Kennedy School Ash Center, October 11, 2023.

“AI Disinformation Is a Threat to Elections—Learning to Spot Russian, Chinese and Iranian Meddling in Other Countries Can Help the Us Prepare for 2024,” The Conversation, September 29, 2023.

“The A.I. Wars Have Three Factions, and They All Crave Power,” The New York Times, September 28, 2023.

“Robots Are Already Killing People,” The Atlantic, September 6, 2023.

“Nervous About ChatGPT? Try ChatGPT With a Hammer,” Wired, August 29, 2023.

“Re-Imagining Democracy for the 21st Century, Possibly Without the Trappings of the 18th Century,” The Conversation, August 7, 2023.

“Six Ways That AI Could Change Politics,” MIT Technology Review, July 28, 2023.

“Can You Trust AI? Here’s Why You Shouldn’t,” The Conversation, July 20, 2023.

“AI Microdirectives Could Soon Be Used for Law Enforcement,” Slate, July 17, 2023.

“Will AI Hack Our Democracy?,” Harvard Kennedy School Magazine, July 14, 2023.

“Snowden Ten Years Later,” RFC 9446, July 1, 2023.

“Artificial Intelligence Can’t Work Without Our Data,” Politico, June 29, 2023.

“AI Could Shore Up Democracy—Here’s One Way,” The Conversation, June 20, 2023.

“Build AI by the People, for the People,” Foreign Policy, June 12, 2023.

“Big Tech Isn’t Prepared for A.I.’s Next Chapter,” Slate, May 30, 2023.

“Rethinking Democracy for the Age of AI,” Cyberscoop, May 10, 2023.

“Can We Build Trustworthy AI?,” Gizmodo, May 4, 2023.

Significant Articles about Schneier

“Leading Public-Interest Technologist Sees National Research Resource as a Potential Foundation for an "AI Public Option",” Inside AI Policy, December 1, 2023.

“The Hacker’s Mind with Bruce Schneier,” Usable Security Podcast, November 10, 2023.

“How Will AI Affect Democracy,” You Might Be Right, September 20, 2023.

“AI Can Be Democracy’s Ally, But Not If It Works for Big Tech,” PolicyCast, September 20, 2023.

“Bruce Schneier: A Hacker’s Mind,” Money for Lunch, August 30, 2023.

“Techtonic with Mark Hurst,” Techtonic, July 31, 2023.

“Is This a Hack? Saving on McDonald’s Meals. Bruce Schneier, Author of "A Hacker’s Mind",” Cybercrime Magazine, July 27, 2023.

“Bruce Schneier on Thinking Like Hackers, AI and Rebuilding US Democracy,” Safe Mode, July 20, 2023.

“Book Review: A Hacker’s Mind,” RSA Conference, July 14, 2023.

“Is This A Hack? Free Walt Disney World Merchandise. Bruce Schneier, Author of "A Hacker’s Mind",” Cybercrime Magazine, July 11, 2023.

“Is This A Hack? Cheaper Flight Tickets. Bruce Schneier, Author of "A Hacker’s Mind",” Cybercrime Magazine, June 16, 2023.

“Munk Dialogue with Bruce Schneier,” Munk Debates, June 13, 2023.

“Bruce Schneier: A Hacker’s Mind,” Plutopia, June 12, 2023.

“What If Generative AI Destroys Biometric Security?,” The Economist, May 31, 2023.

“Is This A Hack? Lower Hotel Costs. Bruce Schneier, Author of "A Hacker’s Mind",” Cybercrime Magazine, May 31, 2023.

“Book Review: A Hacker’s Mind by Bruce Schneier,” Web Informant, May 27, 2023.

“Is This A Hack? Increased AirBnB Bookings. Bruce Schneier, Author of "A Hacker’s Mind",” Cybercrime Magazine, May 20, 2023.

“AppSec Decoded: Bruce Schneier on the Future of AI,” Synopsys Software Integrity, May 1, 2023.

“Is This A Hack? Cheaper Travel Expenses. Bruce Schneier, Author of "A Hacker’s Mind",” Cybercrime Magazine, May 1, 2023.

“Bruce Schneier’s Plan to Reinvent Democracy,” SiliconANGLE, May 1, 2023.


November 15, 2023: Coin Flips Are Biased, Security Vulnerability of Switzerland’s E-Voting System, Analysis of Intellexa’s Predator Spyware, Former Uber CISO Appealing His Conviction, AI and US Election Rules, Child Exploitation and the Crypto Wars, EPA Won’t Force Water Utilities to Audit Their Cybersecurity, Microsoft is Soft-Launching Security Copilot, New NSA Information from (and about) Snowden, Messaging Service Wiretap Discovered through Expired TLS Cert, Hacking Scandinavian Alcohol Tax, The Future of Drone Warfare, Spyware in India, New York Increases Cybersecurity Rules for Financial Companies, Crashing iPhones with a Flipper Zero, Spaf on the Morris Worm, Decoupling for Security, Online Retail Hack, The Privacy Disaster of Modern Smart Cars, Ten Ways AI Will Change Democracy, How .tk Became a TLD for Scammers, Upcoming Speaking Engagements

October 15, 2023: On Technologies for Automatic Facial Recognition, LLM Summary of My Book Beyond Fear, Using Hacked LastPass Keys to Steal Cryptocurrency, Detecting AI-Generated Text, On the Cybersecurity Jobs Shortage, New Revelations from the Snowden Documents, Signal Will Leave the UK Rather Than Add a Backdoor, Critical Vulnerability in libwebp Library, NSA AI Security Center, Hacking Gas Pumps via Bluetooth, Malicious Ads in Bing Chat, Political Disinformation and AI, Deepfake Election Interference in Slovakia, AI Risks, Model Extraction Attack on Neural Networks, Cisco Can’t Stop Using Hard-Coded Passwords, Bounty to Recover NIST’s Elliptic Curve Seeds, Hacking the High School Grading System

September 15, 2023: Zoom Can Spy on Your Calls and Use the Conversation to Train AI, But Says That It Won’t, UK Electoral Commission Hacked, Detecting "Violations of Social Norms" in Text with AI, Bots Are Better than Humans at Solving CAPTCHAs, White House Announces AI Cybersecurity Challenge, Applying AI to License Plate Surveillance, December’s Reimagining Democracy Workshop, Parmesan Anti-Forgery Protection, Hacking Food Labeling Laws, Remotely Stopping Polish Trains, Identity Theft from 1965 Uncovered through Face Recognition, When Apps Go Rogue, Own Your Own Government Surveillance Van, Spyware Vendor Hacked, Inconsistencies in the Common Vulnerability Scoring System (CVSS), Cryptocurrency Startup Loses Encryption Key for Electronic Wallet, The Hacker Tool to Get Personal Data from Credit Bureaus, LLMs and Tool Use, On Robots Killing People, Cars Have Terrible Data Privacy, Zero-Click Exploit in iPhones, Fake Signal and Telegram Apps in the Google Play Store, Upcoming Speaking Engagements

August 15, 2023: Tracking Down a Suspect through Cell Phone Records, Disabling Self-Driving Cars with a Traffic Cone, Practice Your Security Prompting Skills, Commentary on the Implementation Plan for the 2023 US National Cybersecurity Strategy, Kevin Mitnick Died, AI and Microdirectives, Google Reportedly Disconnecting Employees from the Internet, New York Using AI to Detect Subway Fare Evasion, Backdoor in TETRA Police Radios, Fooling an AI Article Writer, Indirect Instruction Injection in Multi-Modal LLMs, Automatically Finding Prompt Injection Attacks, Hacking AI Resume Screening with Text in a White Font, New SEC Rules around Cybersecurity Incident Disclosures, The Need for Trustworthy AI, Political Milestones for AI, Microsoft Signing Key Stolen by Chinese, You Can’t Rush Post-Quantum-Computing Cryptography Standards, Using Machine Learning to Detect Keystrokes, Cryptographic Flaw in Libbitcoin Explorer Cryptocurrency Wallet, The Inability to Simultaneously Verify Sentience, Location, and Identity, China Hacked Japan’s Military Networks

July 15, 2023: Security and Human Behavior (SHB) 2023, Power LED Side-Channel Attack, Ethical Problems in Computer Security, AI as Sensemaking for Public Comments, UPS Data Harvested for SMS Phishing Attacks, Excel Data Forensics, Typing Incriminating Evidence in the Memo Field, Stalkerware Vendor Hacked, Redacting Documents with a Black Sharpie Doesn’t Work, The US Is Spying on the UN Secretary General, Self-Driving Cars Are Surveillance Cameras on Wheels, The Password Game, Class-Action Lawsuit for Scraping Data without Permission, Belgian Tax Hack, The AI Dividend, Wisconsin Governor Hacks the Veto Process, Privacy of Printing Services, Google Is Using Its Vast Data Stores to Train AI, French Police Will Be Able to Spy on People through Their Cell Phones, Buying Campaign Contributions as a Hack

June 15, 2023: Micro-Star International Signing Key Stolen, Microsoft Secure Boot Bug, Security Risks of New .zip and .mov Domains, Google Is Not Deleting Old YouTube Videos, Credible Handwriting Machine, Indiana, Iowa, and Tennessee Pass Comprehensive Privacy Laws, On the Poisoning of LLMs, Expeditionary Cyberspace Operations, Brute-Forcing a Fingerprint Reader, Chinese Hacking of US Critical Infrastructure, On the Catastrophic Risk of AI, Open-Source LLMs, The Software-Defined Car, Snowden Ten Years Later, How Attorneys Are Harming Cybersecurity Incident Response, Paragon Solutions Spyware: Graphite, Operation Triangulation: Zero-Click iPhone Malware, AI-Generated Steganography, Identifying the Idaho Killer, On the Need for an AI Public Option

May 15, 2023: Swatting as a Service, Using LLMs to Create Bioweapons, EFF on the UN Cybercrime Treaty, New Zero-Click Exploits against iOS, Using the iPhone Recovery Key to Lock Owners Out of Their iPhones, Hacking Pickleball, UK Threatens End-to-End Encryption, Cyberweapons Manufacturer QuaDream Shuts Down, AI to Aid Democracy, Security Risks of AI, Hacking the Layoff Process, NIST Draft Document on Post-Quantum Cryptography Guidance, SolarWinds Detected Six Months Earlier, Large Language Models and Elections, AI Hacking Village at DEF CON This Year, PIPEDREAM Malware against Industrial Control Systems, FBI Disables Russian Malware, Building Trustworthy AI, Ted Chiang on the Risks of AI, Upcoming Speaking Engagements

Academic Papers

N. E. Sanders, A. Ulinich, B. Schneier, “Demonstrations of the Potential of AI-based Political Issue Polling,” arXiv:2307.04781 [cs.CY], July 10, 2023.