what qualifications does your average reverse engineer have when it comes to drawing conclusions about geo-political-security issues?
There are a number of things the government can do that would have a more meaningful impact on cyber security without new law.
There is no shortage of people with CNO skills; there is simply a shortage of people who are either clear-able or willing to be cleared.
Here I go, making friends again…
Maybe I will play power forward for the Celtics.
My latest op-ed in SC Magazine: It is tough being in cybersecurity. Defense is a cost center, and it’s hard to find meaningful metrics to demonstrate success. Interest in security is also cyclical: Major breaches stir action, but as time…
The bottom line is that you can’t dodge actual bullets.
“Cyber” is pretty much the closest thing to a perfect weapon anyone has seen in history.
If you’re not there, you don’t own it.
Does anyone really think that if we solved a problem we couldn’t make another fortune solving one of the 9,999,999 other things that could use fixing?