Whilst cyber catastrophes make headlines, the parallels to natural disasters or acts of war are missing vital pieces necessary for response options to become available. Examining the absent portions -provisions where we stand at present and how far we've to go.
In implementing Zero Trust there are challenges with an inward facing cyber strategy that doesn't include external connections.
Biden's EO 14028 challenges the entire US government cyber ecosystem to rethink how we weave various digital components - inclusion, security, trust into the digital fabric we rely upon. Here we start unpacking various threads needing woven into future developments.
Constant crisis has raised the noise threshold to deafening, creating difficulty in finding your organisation's signal - making it difficult to take stock after managing one crisis whilst preparing before the next one hits. It needn't be so.
Using traditional intelligence models in private sector often doesn't account for the difference in audience and scope of responses available. By separating the focus between actors and actions, CTI practitioners can focus on delivering actionable intel to decision-makers thus also building the case for cyber as a value generating component of the P&L.