Winning the Cyber War
Not too long ago, Richard Clarke, a key advisor on intelligence and counterterrorism who worked within the administrations of Presidents Reagan, Clinton and George H. W. Bush, famously joked that there were “only two kinds of companies, those who’ve been hacked and know it and those who’ve been hacked and don’t know it.”
So it was a surprise to many of those at this year’s Cyber Risk Board Forum, hosted by Corporate Board Member in partnership with RSA Conference, when Clarke said that he no longer believed that to be the case. Advances in technology and security expertise have led him to revise his thinking. Companies can now stop meaningful cyber breaches—and, he said, board members should think about changing their view on the issue as well.
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