This post is based on an interview with the highly regarded and proven cybersecurity professional Mike Tanji. It is part of our series of interviews of OODA Network members. Our objective with these interviews is to provide actionable information of interest to the community, including insights that can help with your own career progression. We also really like highlighting some of the great people that make our continued research and reporting possible.
In 1999 a book called “Unrestricted Warfare” emerged from China and over the past two decades it has served as a good guide for how China views conflict and in particular, cyber and economic conflicts. Businesses that understood Unrestricted Warfare were better enabled to defend their networks and market share.
Twenty years later, the U.S. Department of Defense has released a Joint Staff originated report highlighting the next generation of Chinese doctrine and their concepts of “system attack” and “destruction warfare”. Here is what you need to know about it.
Is FaceApp a privacy breach or a blah? This story and more in the analysis by Mike Tanji in this week’s Cyber Threat Analysis Report.
This is the next in our series of special reports for OODA members focused on federal business strategies for the Startup CEO (find them all here). This special report is written for the tech CEO seeking insights into the federal systems integrator community. It is based on years of direct
Cyber Threats to Parks and Rec: There are things we should all be doing to minimize risks to government of ransomware
So much attention has been paid to “election hacking” and the like in recent years, analysts and commentators have effectively forgotten an equally if not more pressing threat to American government at all levels: ransomware. We cannot fix the reading comprehension problems and poor critical thinking skills of more than half the nation’s population, but we can make serious progress against those who would make us digital hostages.