Attackers Redefining Objectives, Approaches

Threatpost

10/05/2017

John P. Carlin

In The News

Partner John P. Carlin, co-chair of Morrison & Foerster’s Global Privacy & Data Security group, addressed the changing nature of cyberattacks as a panelist at The Cambridge Cyber Summit in early October.

 “We think of the recent U.S. election hacks as a cyber Pearl Harbor. But, what happened there? We were thinking and looking in the wrong direction,” he said. “It’s hard to predict where threats are going. But it’s important that we re-conceptualize how we are anticipating the next attack. Increasingly, (adversaries) are not trying to attack our stuff. We need to step back and rethink how we are defending our networks, but also what needs to be defended.”

Read more of what Mr. Carlin had to say in the Threatpost article “Attackers Redefining Objectives, Approaches.”

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