“Some things are so unexpected that no one is prepared for them.”
–Leo Rosten in Rome Wasn't Burned in a Day
For the last decade, I’ve been engaged in helping customers and vendors mitigate the risks of a cyberattack. If there is one thing I’ve learned, it’s that the adversary is dynamic, fast moving, ever changing and that their targets are usually unprepared.
How do you prepare for a threat and adversary so dynamic and innovative? What can we learn from the adversary? How can we intersect with where the adversary is headed? Most notably, how we can use the strategies that are employed by the adversary to change our posture from one of viewing the threat in the rear view mirror to a more balanced, proactive stance. This is the ...