Cybersecurity is perception. It is red teaming, annual cyber defense exercises, monitoring hashed nodes, but at its core—security is social trust. Earlier this year, I attended CyCon, the 14th International Cyber Conflict Conference, in Tallinn, Estonia. For reference, CyCon is an annual event hosted by the NATO Cooperative Cyber Defense Centre of Excellence (CCDCOE), a cyber research hub with a training and exercise facility.Read more
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