If You No Longer Know What You’re Looking for, You Can’t Protect Yourself Against It.
In my previous column I wrote about the concept of Information Superiority. The premise is fairly straightforward: In the battle for network security, whoever can bring superior intelligence to bear on network and device security problems, wins. Continue reading Continuous Capability – The Next Frontier
In the Cybersecurity Battle, the Side with Information Superiority Wins.
Whether we’re engaging foes in warfare or protecting our computer networks, having information superiority is essential to success. Defined in the US Army Vision 2010 doctrine as “the capability to collect, process, and disseminate an uninterrupted flow of information while exploiting or denying an adversary’s ability to do the same,” information superiority is identified as “the key enabler in 21st century operations”. Continue reading In the Battle Against Cyberattackers, Information Superiority Wins