Our guest today is Bob Gourley, author of the book “The Cyber Threat: Know the Threat to Beat the Threat.” Earlier in his career, Bob spent 20 years as a U.S. Navy intelligence officer. One of his last assignments with the military was as director of intelligence for the first Department of Defense cyber defense […]
Bob Gourley is a member of TheCipherBrief.com’s cyber advisory board. The following provides his context on key cybersecurity policy issues of interest to the technology and business community. From: Companies Need to ‘Think Twice’ Before Retaliating Against Hackers The Cipher Brief: When organizations are targeted with cyber attacks, are they able to respond by hacking back […]
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The 6th Annual Recorded Future Threat Intelligence Conference will be held 4-5 Oct at the Newseum in Washington DC. This event should be of interest to any threat intelligence professional, specially those in the disciplines of cyber threat intelligence and business risk. For more see: RFUN And for more on how you can put Crucial […]
Bob Gourley was featured in the Cloudera Vision podcast: The adversaries are a highly collaborative group that shares and sells attack techniques every day. SecureWorks found that hacking a gmail account only costs $129, a corporate email account costs $500, a twitter account costs $129, and hacking wifi is a free tutorial on Youtube. In order to […]
“Stealing personal information is much easier if all that data is aggregated,” says Bob Gourley, co-founder of Cognitio Corp, a firm that does security consulting, and former Chief Technology Officer of the Defense Intelligence Agency.
Using advanced tracking tools, artificial intelligence, and botnets, a malicious actor could “learn if an individual is going to be out of town at a certain time,” explains Gourley. Similarly, access to personal-finance and medical information could help would-be criminals commit fraud later on.
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While the cybersecurity of space assets has improved, there is a still a long way to go. Via Satellite spoke to Bob Gourley, a leading cybersecurity expert about the potential cyber threat to space and satellite assets. For more see: Via Satellite To learn more about how Crucial Point can support your events, meetings […]