Cyber Security: Are we Atlantis 2 and heading toward oblivion?
Some people believe that digitization will lead to our own destruction. Is this science fiction, or a realistic scenario?
Video interview with Frank Rieger, Speaker of Chaos Computer Club
Frank Rieger: “Sad to say, we're basically building our digital infrastructures on quicksand.”
Video interview with Jeanette Manfra, Deputy Under Secretary of Homeland Security for Cyber
Jeanette Manfra: “I think my first piece of advice is that we need to understand what we need to protect the most.”
Video interview with Isaac Ben Israel, former general, Founder of the Israeli National Cyber Bureau, heads the program for science technology and security at Tel Aviv University.
Isaac Ben Israel: “In my opinion, security has nothing to do with digitization. The world is not safe, with or without digitization.”
Video interview with Pinhas Buchris, former Head of 8200 division, Israel Defense Forces and Investor
Pinhas Buchris: “It's not a question if you can protect yourself."
Video interview with Karsten Nohl, Cryptographer and Security Researcher
Karsten Nohl: “The digital world is becoming more and more like our physical world, which is also not completely secure."
Video interview with Amnon Bar-Lev, President of Check Point Software Technologies Ltd.
Bar-Lev: “Cyber war is very different than physical one, because it can happen every day and you don't know about it.”
Video interview with Michael Daniel, President of the Cyber Threat Alliance
Daniel: “I do think that we are at what I would call a strategic inflection point."
Future is now
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