Preparing for Cyber 9/12
To help add depth to the idea of a cyber 9/11, this brief examines what might happen the day after a major cyber disruption, on 9/12. Starting with important lessons – based on the findings from a major conference – the Brief concludes with three key recommendations. First, the cyber and national security communities on both sides of the Atlantic must continue to regularly convene for scenario-based events. Second, decision makers should trust their national security instincts when facing cyber crises. Third, we must finally break the fifteen-year public-sector/private sector stalemate.
© 2012 Atlantic Council of the United States
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