National Cyber Security Strategies have performed sterling work in the past decade at improving the cyber resilience of numerous nations. They have, however, shared a common oversight, which is an overreliance on STEM-dominant approaches to “solving” the demands of cyber security. This approach is - while not flawed - incomplete. Building long term viable strategies that also help tackle the global geopolitical challenges faced by liberal nations requires a clear articulation of the driving values behind policy positions. Cyber strategies must now articulate what they stand for and against at the political level to safeguard the future cyberspace desired by liberal nations.


time: 16:00
speakers: Danny Steed

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