This comprehensive work focuses on the current state of play regarding cyber security threats to government and business, which are imposing unprecedented costs and disruption. At the same time, it aggressively takes a forward-looking approach to such emerging industries as automobiles and appliances, the operations of which are becoming more closely tied to the internet. Revolutionary developments will have security implications unforeseen by manufacturers, and the authors explore these in detail, drawing on lessons from overseas as well as the United States to show how nations and businesses can combat these threats.
The book’s first section describes existing threats and their consequences. The second section identifies newer cyber challenges across an even broader spectrum, including the internet of things. The concluding section looks at policies and practices in the United States, United Kingdom, and elsewhere that offer ways to mitigate threats to cyber security. Written in a nontechnical, accessible manner, the book will appeal to a diverse audience of policymakers, business leaders, cyber security experts, and interested general readers.
Dr Jack 11/1/2019 RIP
our Friend and Frequent Contributor to the program, Jack Caravelli has passed away.
Jack Caravelli, a former CIA analyst now with the LIGNET strategic intelligence group, said Russian interest in expanding air defense and missile defenses is part of a larger, across-the-board effort by Putin to enhance strategic military capabilities that was announced during last year’s presidential campaign.
Dr Jack 10/10/2019
Dr. Jack Caravelli is a former Director of the Department of Energy’s Office of International Material Protection. He has served as assistant deputy administrator and director of the Department of Energy’s Office of International Material Protection and Cooperation since 1999. In this capacity he oversaw the department’s efforts to secure at-risk nuclear and radiological materials in Russia and other parts of the former Soviet Union.
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