Cyberwarfare Strategy and How It Applies to BusinessesChase Cunningham of Ericom on the Need to Appreciate the Adversaries' Perspectives
Cyberwarfare has emerged as the bridge between espionage and kinetic conflict. "It's here," says Chase Cunningham of Ericom Software. He discusses how enterprise cybersecurity leaders should now think more deeply about their adversaries' motivations and capabilities.
In a video interview with Information Security Media Group at RSA Conference 2022, Cunningham also discusses:
- Technology's evolution;
- Perfect vs. realistic security;
- How small to midsize organizations can still enjoy enterprise-level defenses.
Prior to Forrester Research, Cunningham was the director of cyberthreat intelligence with Armor, where he designed and managed the cloud security and intelligence engine for its enterprise customers. A retired U.S. Navy chief with more than 20 years of experience in cyberforensic and cyberanalytic operations, he has past operations experience, stemming from time spent in work centers within the NSA, CIA, FBI and other government agencies. In those roles, he helped clients operationalize security controls, install and leverage encryption and analytic systems, and grow and optimize their security operations command systems and centers.