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There is little doubt that cyber impacts military strategy, policy, decision-making, training, equipment/weapons, as well as organizational operations. Given the magnitude of impact, it should be addressed organizationally.
Perhaps part of the answer to addressing the cyberthreat environment is for the defense and intelligence organizations and industry players to think and act like a startup.
Agility, creativity, innovation and adaptability are essential attributes for all those involved in security, defense and intelligence.
Continued concerns about the use of a nuclear weapon and an increase in concern about the use of an EMP against the U.S. have revived the civil defense brand.
As Sen. John McCain said: “Threats to the United States in cyberspace continue to grow in scope and severity. But our nation remains woefully unprepared to address these threats, which will be a defining feature of 21st century warfare.”
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