There Will be Cyberwar presented at CISOphiladelphia 2016

by Richard Stiennon,

Summary : The U.S. and other militaries discovered the power of networking in 1995 and quickly kicked off a revolution in military affairs that has changed warfare forever. Network-centric warfighting has led to the networking of everything, including command and control, intelligence surveillance and reconnaissance, and precision weapons systems. But the subsequent failure to protect any of those systems from targeted attack has become a cautionary tale. Richard Stiennon, author of “Surviving Cyberwar” and “There Will Be Cyberwar,” delves into the history of network-centric warfighting and predicts how a lack of digital preparedness sets the stage for future cyber conflict.