'The Noise of Cyber Warfare': Private Contractors Take Up Arms Against the Cyber Threat

Posted: 05/02/2011

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Individual contractors are stepping into the breach to provide counters to evolving cyber threats. The UK government's intent to invest £650m to address this cyber warfare threat aims to engage the private sector in this fight. We get key insights from one of these cyber warfare contractors - specifically, his assessment of singular threats that have come to the fore in the last 12 months. He is quick to point out that the cyber component of the security domain is really driven by a catch-up strategy - a strategy in which 99% success rates are still simply unacceptable.

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