“Everyone has a plan until the’ve been hit” – Joe Lewis
Having spent numerous years providing armed and unarmed physical security in combat zones, hospital emergency rooms, psychiatric wards, and anti-piracy operations off the coast of Somalia has given me a deep respect for force continuum and the dangers of unnecessarily provoking an escalation by a volatile and dangerous adversary.
As cyberattacks continue to plague American companies as well as the payment card industry, there is a growing voice within the cybersecurity industry to allow and empower companies to take offensive action against cyber attackers. This is frequently referred to as ‘hacking back’ or ‘offensive hacking’. Several prominent security experts as well as some companies who have fallen victim to cyber-attacks have begun advocating that ‘a good offense is the best defense’. On May 28th, 2013 there was an online discussion in which an author of the upcoming book:
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