InfoSec Lessons from Military Strategy, Tactics, and Operational Art – Greg Conti – PSW #752
We don’t like it, but the hopeful internet we envisioned doesn’t look much like the internet as it exists today. Online conflict is widespread and at times the internet hurts more than it helps. In this podcast, we’ll discuss ways to inform today’s enterprise defense by better understanding strategy, tactics and operational art from government influence operations, electronic warfare, and cyberspace operations.
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Greg Conti is a Principal at Kopidion, a cyber security training and professional services firm. He is a seven-time Black Hat speaker and nine-time DEFCON speaker. He teaches courses at Black Hat Trainings and in private engagements on military strategy and tactics for cybersecurity, information operations, hacking bureaucracy, adversarial thinking, and election security. Formerly he served as Director of Security Research at IronNet, Director of the U.S. Army Cyber Institute, and on the West Point faculty for more than a decade where he led their cybersecurity research, innovation, and education efforts. A former career military intelligence and cyber operations officer he also served at NSA, U.S. Cyber Command, and in two combat zones. Greg is co-author of the recently published book, On Cyber: Towards an Operational Art for Cyber Conflict, as well as approximately 100 articles, papers, and talks covering cyber conflict, dark patterns, security analytics, cybersecurity innovation, and security visualization.