In the wake of Russian hacks and attempted attacks against political groups and parties throughout the world, such as the attack against the U.S.'s Democratic National Committee, we have to ask ourselves how cybersecurity, or a lack thereof, will impact politics, policies and businesses in the years to come. Attacks waged by rogue governments and nation-states are nothing new. But as the lines continually blur between cybercriminals and those who wage cyber espionage attacks, it's become increasingly critical for public - and private-sector entities to not only change how they defend themselves against cyberattacks, but also how they look for cyberattacks and evaluate their purpose. This session addresses how cybersecurity should be addressed to ensure protection of critical infrastructure.
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