Cyber-Intelligence: Protecting Yourself Against Your Own Worst Enemy

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David Nordell, SVP International Cyber Strategy, CSCSS

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In order to protect your organization from cyber attacks, you need to understand who your enemies are, and how they see you as a target. This means turning your vision and your intelligence capabilities on yourself and taking a very hard look at what makes you worth attacking and what your vulnerabilities are. Key points to consider: - Looking beyond current cyber defenses - How well trained and prepared is your staff for an eventual attack? - How much financial, reputation and regulatory damage can you afford to suffer? - Is your organizational culture built to learn and adapt rapidly without wasting time and energy on blaming others? - How would your external stakeholders respond to your being attacked? - How would you be affected by attacks on other parties in your ecosystem (or vice versa)? This all takes hard work, but is likely to ensure that when – not if – you are attacked, you will have a much higher chance of survival. Presenter: David Nordell, Senior Vice President, International Cyber Strategy, CSCSS

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Established in the United Kingdom, the Center for Strategic Cyberspace + Security Science is a bipartisan, multilateral, international nonprofit organization headquartered in London, United Kingdom. It seeks to advance global cyberspace security and prosperity by providing strategic insights for cyberspace and policy solutions to decision makers.