[Chaire Cyber CNI - Talk series] Cyber-related threats & Geopolitics: Upgrading the level-playing expertise

Julien Nocetti, Académie militaire de Saint-Cyr, Titulaire de la Chaire Gouvernance du risque cyber, Rennes School of Business, France
Wednesday 05.25.2022
Time:
From 17:00 to 18:30

Address:

On line

Our increasingly digital and interconnected societies inevitably result in a heightened risk of major cyber crises, be it from steady, non-destructive attacks or from systemic contamination. The varying forms and severity of cyber threats continue to grow, with computer attacks generally based around four main objectives: espionage, illegal trafficking (cybercrime), sabotage, and destabilisation (information manipulations).

However, geopolitics is not always a risk which is taken into account by CISOs and IT managers, as they do not necessarily comprehend the whole set of political, cultural, geoeconomics, etc. peculiarities of the markets in which their companies operate.

This talk will seek to explain the need for integrating a more geopolitical lens into IT/cybersecurity strategies given the depth and global interdependencies of the risks. It will also focus on the actors, stakeholders in the global cyber landscape that we should consider in our risk-analysis, threat intelligence assessments.

Published on 23.05.2022
 
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