New cyber threats are challenging both governments and the military every day. Criminal tools are increasingly available and require less technical expertise, leading to a shift in the nature of adversaries. Ahead of CDANS 2019, Defence IQ spoke with Curtis Dukes, Executive Vice President and General Manager at the Center for Internet Security and speaker at the event. In this interview, he discusses:
How Armed Forces can prepare today for tomorrow’s threat
The need to develop standard cyber defence procedures
The threat posed by a vulnerable supply chain
The necessity for a better collaboration between the public and the private sector
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