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"The past 10 years have seen a move from R&D in purely defensive enterprise protection concepts to increasingly smart, autonomous, and reactive [[Cybersecurity]] research. This movement away from boundary protection and after-attack analysis, to proactive automonic systems has opened the door to new investigations and opportunities that are vital to future R&D."<ref>Terry Benzel, ''Cybersecurity Research of the Future''  '''CACM 64''' no. 1 (2021-01)</ref>
 
"The past 10 years have seen a move from R&D in purely defensive enterprise protection concepts to increasingly smart, autonomous, and reactive [[Cybersecurity]] research. This movement away from boundary protection and after-attack analysis, to proactive automonic systems has opened the door to new investigations and opportunities that are vital to future R&D."<ref>Terry Benzel, ''Cybersecurity Research of the Future''  '''CACM 64''' no. 1 (2021-01)</ref>
 
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[[Category: Security]]

Revision as of 13:02, 15 November 2021

Full Title or Meme

The increase in cyber attacks and ransom-ware payments is increasing the demand for "experts" beyond the supply.

Context

  • It seems that a snake-oil industry is in development to provider service for high costs beyond the capacity of the talent to respond.
  • Cybernetics was described by Norbert Weiner before computers were anything more than a curiosity. It was not the source may any terms in English before very suspect activities like Bitcoin.

Problems

  • New companies like Sentinel One start advertising on national television with no known track record. (2021-10-13 on NBC)
  • Finding and fixing Cybersecurity breaches seems like an endless game of "Whack-a-Mole" where the more you whack them down, the faster that keep popping up.
  • Caveat Emptor

Solutions

"The past 10 years have seen a move from R&D in purely defensive enterprise protection concepts to increasingly smart, autonomous, and reactive Cybersecurity research. This movement away from boundary protection and after-attack analysis, to proactive automonic systems has opened the door to new investigations and opportunities that are vital to future R&D."[1]

References

  1. Terry Benzel, Cybersecurity Research of the Future CACM 64 no. 1 (2021-01)