'Transmogrification': US Marine Corps Cyber Officer Stares Down a Rapidly Changing Threat

Posted: 04/03/2011
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Are cyber threats today the same as yesterday? How quickly are hostile capabilities advancing? So quickly that experts now refer to them as 'shape shifters'. US Marine Corps Lieutenant Colonel William Hagestad II is the Corps' Force Movement Control Officer. He talks about compartmentalising information and reducing threat levels within the organisation - as these are the likely gaps in defence. LtCol Hagestad talks about advancements in Chinese and Asian malware - and the high level threat they pose to national security.

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