Four Things the Private Sector Must Demand on Cyber Security

On Friday, May 31 at the Shangri-La Security Dialogue in Singapore, US Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel said that cyber threats posed a “quiet, stealthy, insidious” danger to the United States and other nations.

Wait a minute. What exactly is quiet and stealthy about a security issue that Hagel’s colleague General Keith B. Alexander, the Director of the National Security Agency, labeled just a few weeks earlier the source of the “greatest transfer of wealth in history” from US companies to foreign hackers?

SOURCE: blogs.hbr.org

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