ASP’s Business Council Chair, Dante Disparte, was featured in Prism, the National Defense University’s journal for complex operations, discussing the challenges to building the U.S. military’s resilience to cyber attacks. In the article title, A Cyber Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation: Achieving Enhanced National Security, Disparte highlights how,
“Cyber threats remain one of the most complex risks to address given their amorphous, highly fluid, and extra-territorial nature. This makes it difficult if not impossible to quantify the national state of readiness and, in these fiscally constrained times, the return on investment from the billions spent each year on cybersecurity.”
Within the article, Disparte outlines the current cyber environment and points to five major “gaps” which undermine the resiliency of the state’s cyber assets. He specifically notes how important human analysis is for protecting vulnerable systems and that we currently have a “talent gap” of 1.5 million people worldwide. For all five of the gaps, read the full article, linked below.
A Cyber Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation: Achieving Enhanced National Security by Dante Disparte, Prism