Nation State Actors in the so-called “cyber domain” are nothing new. But what a little while ago was considered talk from people wearing hats made from kitchen supply, recently became the concern of many, even some who should care about it. Unfortunately, selectively revealed bits and pieces of data don’t answer the questions of “what” and “why”, and neither does this talk. What the talk will provide is a single hacker’s view on how geopolitical forces are flirting with and/or ignoring the technological possibilities/threats of our day and age. It will try to cast light from different directions, taking a pragmatic instead of dogmatic approach. After all, stereoscopic vision tends to help, if you don’t want to be just food.
October 22, 2014 – Keynote Hall | 9:00 – 10:00