With the 2018 midterm elections completed an appropriate level of focus is required to think through “What’s next?” from and adversarial perspective. While is highly unlikely that Russia sits this one out, it is as equally unlikely that the next series of influence operations will look like the previous ones in 2016. How will Russian strategies of “reflexive control” and “hybrid warfare” impact the United States and other going forward?
Proactively thinking about adversary innovation needs to be a critical part of our cyber defense strategy, not just within the U.S. government but in private industry as well. Here is our informal take on some of the threat trends we will be confronting over the next two years.
OODA Network Members are invited to participate in our webinar on the Russian Threat scheduled for Tuesday February 19, 2019 at 2:00 p.m. EST.
The United States intelligence strategy for 2019 has been released, covering seven specific themes. Here’s how the United States Intelligence Community will deal with cyber threats: “Despite growing awareness of cyber threats and improving cyber defenses, nearly all information, communication networks, and systems will be at risk for years to
How can you use HACKthinking to solve complex problems or evolve or develop a disruptive solution.
OODA Founders Matt Devost & Bob Gourley provide their eccentric take on emerging technology trends for 2019.
The top ten books of the year as curated by OODA Loop founder Matt Devost.
An interesting paper from the Australian Strategic Policy Institute looking at issues of entanglement and dual-use technologies.
While hosting a delegation from France, Putin advised that to prevent cyber attacks, nations will have to establish international norms prohibiting such behavior. “This is what I can say about cyberattacks or war of words in the press and other issues. Action always causes reaction. Always. If one does not
In one of my favorite movies of all time, a brilliant mathematician creates a device capable of breaking the encryption used for air traffic control, global banking, and other critical applications. His company Setec Astronomy (an anagram for Too Many Secrets) has created such a powerful secret breaking device that
What cyber threat do China, Russia, and Iran present for the remainder of 2018 and 2019? Matt Devost provides some insight into the geopolitical elements influencing that answer.