The year of 2022 was remarkable in terms of significant rise in the number of Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks and their intensity worldwide.
The supply chain challenges that we are facing in the digital age are often relegated as low priority both by cyber professionals and by businesspeople.
At the end of every year, leading cybersecurity companies place their bets on what the biggest threats will be the following year.
Army Maj. Gen. William Hartman is President Joe Biden’s pick to be the next deputy of U.S. Cyber Command.
“A chain is as strong as its weakest link”. This is a phrase that first appeared in Thomas Reid’s “Essays on the Intellectual Powers of Man,” published in 1786.
The starting point for any undertaking whether its climbing Ben Nevis, or operating in a digital landscape requires leaders that can fully appreciate the inherent risks associated.
Smart cities may create safer, more efficient, more resilient communities through technological innovation and data-driven decision-making; however, this opportunity also introduces potential vulnerabilities that, if exploited, could impact national security, economic security, public health and safety, and critical infrastructure operations.
All good strategy involves choices. So the first choice and strategic decision, is recognise and to treat resilience as an enabling goal.