Former NSA Deputy Director Chris Inglis on the Strategy of Combating Cyber ThreatsFirst in the 4 part series
"We as a society have been stuffing wealth and treasure in this place called cyberspace. Because of that, cyberspace will only become a more valuable target for adversaries," says Inglis. "There have been some significant recent changes. The idea that a nation state - North Korea - would attack the private sector in such a brazen way that happened two months is remarkable. We need to think our way through how to counter that."
As deputy director of the NSA at the time of the Snowden attack, Inglis has spent his career on the front lines of cyber warfare. He shares his thoughts on a holistic approach to cyber security that is resilient, proactive and prepared for new and evolving threats.