A long-term cyber threat or attack might be like a war of attrition and last 30 years. If that shaves 1 percent of GDP each year, do we care? Is that "economy threatening"? This may well be the sort of assessment that policymakers will have to make on our behalf.
Zhang Dejiang, chairman of the standing committee of China's National People's Congress, said in a work report Sunday that formulating laws for cybersecurity, antiterrorism and national security were major tasks for 2015.
Some companies think we should be stopping all hackers. Others think we should stop only the other guy's hackers -- they think we can win the war ... Nobody wants to live in a war zone.
Bill Marczak, John Scott-Railton, and Sarah McKune:
We have documented a year-long campaign of spyware attacks against journalists at ESAT, using what appears to be Hacking Team's RCS spyware. Many of the journalists targeted in these attacks are legally considered US persons, and located in the US.
It is time to realize that the best form of defence is attack.
[Hillary's] fear was that once someone is empowered to search, the searcher can roam freely.
We're always paranoid ... Everybody here lives on the edge.
The cybersecurity market is projected to expand from $95.6 billion in 2014 to $155.7 billion by 2019.
Don't expect large companies to tighten down everywhere possible to keep your data beyond reach. The effort is just too expensive.
It is not possible to be the champion in every game.
We don't even have the right words.