The Cyber Singularity: Managing explosive growth in infrastructure and information attacks

Date & Time: October 28, 11- 12:30 EDT

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Ransomware. IT and OT attacks. Information operations. Cyberwarriors measure the rate of increase in attacks on logarithmic scales – meaning the attacks are increasing so fast the rates of increase are close to unmeasurable. Something like the rate of something dropping into a Black Hole – a different kind of singularity. If we can’t develop a vision for new, collaborative approaches to handle these attacks, as we get closer to that cyber “Black Hole,” something is going to break.

Tune in to the “Cyber Singularity” webinar, to hear some of the world’s most advanced government, academic and corporate perspectives on where this is going.

And some new ideas on what we can do to protect everything we care about.

Meet Our Speakers

Dr. Paul Stockton, President, Paul N. Stockton LLC. Former US Assistant Secretary of Defense for Homeland Defense and Americas Security Affairs

Dr. Paul Stockton, President, Paul N. Stockton LLC. Former US Assistant Secretary of Defense for Homeland Defense and Americas Security Affairs

Dr. Paul Stockton will set the stage and address the new cyber threat landscape – accelerating the use of all forms of cyber weaponry, tactics, and techniques to attack critical infrastructure and leadership in both government and private-sector networks. Dr. Stockton will focus on the techniques that we are seeing now and must prepare for in the future, with a focus on broad misinformation and directed information operation campaigns.

Dr. Alexeis Garcia-Perez, Professor of Management Information Systems at Coventry University & Visiting Research Scholar at Georgetown University

Dr. Alexeis Garcia-Perez, Professor of Management Information Systems at Coventry University & Visiting Research Scholar at Georgetown University

Dr. Alexeis Garcia-Perez will present his work identifying the significant security challenges that the rapid evolution and integration of information technologies present to our current commercial and societal landscape. He will discuss the impact of big data analytics and our dependence on trusted systems, and highlight possible solutions and gaps where additional research is needed.

Col. John Blackburn, G6 / Chief Information Officer at Kentucky Army National Guard

Col. John Blackburn, G6 / Chief Information Officer at Kentucky Army National Guard

Col. John Blackburn will address his work to build cyber response capabilities at both the state and national levels to support the government’s response to new threats. Col. Blackburn will provide the DOD perspective on the challenges to building government response capabilities to protect critical lifeline infrastructure and provide direct support to private sector owner-operators.

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