[Dailydave] Morning hilarity
briansnow at comcast.net
Thu Feb 9 18:48:53 EST 2012
Certainly in the early years of the RSA conference (and still a major focus in my view), was the INTENSE focus on networking and "cutting deals" in the halls and side-rooms. The advertized talks were an added benefit, but not the major benefit.
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So I'm talking at RSA - which I've never been to. From what I can tell RSA is less about the talks than the furious "back to back" meetings people set up during the conference. I've never participated in said debauchery but I am adding some content to the talk, and I think I hint at it in the below MPEG-Layer-3 audio file.
Session Code: HT1-402
Session Title: The Three Myths of Cyberwar
Speaker: Dave Aitel Chief Technology Officer
Scheduled Date(s)/Time(s): Friday, March 02 10:10 a.m.
Session Length: 50 minutes
Session Abstract: Many sources for cyber strategy, and the policies that affect those strategies, focus on three facets of the cyber domain: cyber attacks are asymmetric, cyber attacks are unattributable and cyber attacks are non-kinetic. This talk will explain why none of these facets are true.
Prerequisite knowledge Generally it helps if you have been keeping up with news in the cyber war area. This session will be using terms such as exploit, vulnerabilities and buffer overflow that should be familiar.
Session learning objectives
• Understand what sort of metrics make sense with cyber war (aka, how does one truly think about cyber war without relying on gut feelings)
• Develop a framework to judge policy both at the high level and the corporate enterprise level, when it comes to facing well funded cyber war threats
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