International Trends in Cybersecurity: Political Influences and Nation-State Risks
In the last year, we've seen a significant increase in cyber activity, from propaganda through "information warfare" to mass-scale cybercrime. Increasing political tensions complicate an already complex international response. Differing approaches to cyber and privacy risk in Europe and the United States have caused tension and risk for business. What are the implications for long-term cybersecurity resiliency around the world? This session explores international cybersecurity policies and nation-state risks and review how they are expected to affect your operations and your business.
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