Remarks on NATO Cyber Security at the Security Defense Alliance

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Remarks on NATO Cyber Security at the Security Defense Alliance

Description

William Lynn discusses cyber strategy to NATO and European leaders. He goes through various aspects of cyberwar that need recognition (e.g. cyber is offense dominant, assymetric and appealing to adversaries). Throughout the speech, Lynn highlights various items that are threatened by cyber attacks (i.e. intellectual property). He also stresses that cyber is a domain of warfare and that the cyber threat is real and dangerous. Toward the end of his speech, Lynn explains the Department of Defense's five pillar cybersecurity strategy.

William Lynn III is a leading voice for cyberwar issues. He tends to exaggerate the dangers of cyber threats in speeches, articles and reports. Lynn's opinions reflect many media reports that discuss future damaging effects of cyberwar. 

Lynn tends to repeat himself in speeches. He focuses on cyber threat examples (past and future), as well as the Department of Defense's cybersecurity strategies. Here are his Remarks on Cyber at the RSA Conference.

Date

September 15, 2010

Type

Zotero

Place

Brussels, Belgium

Collection

Citation

William Lynn III, "Remarks on NATO Cyber Security at the Security Defense Alliance," in Cyberwar Resources Guide, Item #49, https://www.projectcyw-d.org/resources/items/show/49 (accessed November 30, 2021).