Commissioner in the News
Nation-state attacks on corporate assets used to be infrequent, but now companies sometimes feel like they are on the front lines of a cyberwar, panelists at the Global Cyberspace Cooperation Summit at the University of California, Berkeley said. Even though cybersecurity defense can distract companies from their primary missions, planning and investment in resources is crucial, they said.
Today, defensive spending is siphoning money and attention at corporations and enterprises, Bill Woodcock, a commissioner on the Global Commission on the Stability of Cyberspace, said.
Read the full article by Joyce E. Cutler from Bloomberg here.