Nation state cyber attacks are no longer the sole concern of intelligence agencies and the military. In the past five years, hackers associated with North Korea, Russia, China among others have targeted companies and individuals with devastating effects. The emergence of high end cyber weapons deployed against commercial and private companies is now a fact of life.
In “Spy Craft - The Next Wave of Cybersecurity Threats & Risk Management from a Global Perspective,” the panel discusses the challenges companies face from these well-organized hackers who variously use exploits in technology and the human factor to penetrate networks. All of this against a backdrop of increasingly demanding regulatory and legal requirements at the federal and state level. The response, as our panel discusses, is a combination of enterprise risk management and focusing on detection, resilience and recovery.