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For more than two decades,people have struggled to understand the cyber threat,evaluate the risks to individuals and organizations (including nation-states),and craft appropriate responses. Although many organizations have invested significantly in information assurance,most computer security experts believe that a well-resourced and persistent adversary will,more often than not,be successful in attacking systems,especially if raising defenses is the only response to an attack. In a world of such diverse threats and increasing allegations of cybercrime,economic espionage,military espionage,and cyber warfare,it is critically important that governments and cyber security professionals think differently about malicious cyber events and how to respond to them. Join our Security Expert Panel to discuss the emerging changes in cyber threats that force us to rethink the ways we think about and take action against them.
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Event HomepageTech·Ed North America 2011
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