Why cyber warfare isn’t
Mike Hearn

You hit it on the head, the blurred lines between cyber offense and defense make for a complex decision matrix. Patch or exploit? What’s clear is that intel agencies will always keep the good ones a secret, to allow for exploitation. That’s their prerogative. Though, most of our cyber insecurity is not in the form of zero-day bugs, they are the people that open suspicious email attachments or fall for phishing attacks, the IT departments that can’t or don’t run through patches, and a lack of national coordination in keeping infrastructure up to date. Working to solve those problems will yeild concrete improvements to our cyber defense without taking a chip away from the folks at the NSA and GCHQ

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