SINET ITSEF 2017
The world, SINET Chairman and founder Robert Rodriguez believes, is less secure and more at risk than ever. Rodriguez continues to regard the Sony attack (in which the North Koran government was implicated) as an inflection point. We can, he predicted, expect to see more humiliation and destruction in future attacks.
If one common theme emerged across the presentations and panels, it was the growing risk posed by data correlation. Threat actors can now build comprehensive profiles of individuals and use those profiles for any of the many purposes such intelligence can serve: combat, espionage, sabotage, humiliation, impersonation, influence, and theft.
We'll publish additional coverage of SINET ITSEF over the next few days.