#30 Cunningham on Cyber

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During this episode, Dr. Chase Cunningham discusses the evolving nature of cyber. He asserts that cyber is a key component of national policy, national capability, and warfare. We touch on the concept of a perimeter and why he asserts the “perimeter is dead.” Additionally, Chase recounts examples of COVID-related disinformation and deepfake technologies which have ramifications both in national security and corporate security. The conversation shifts gears into a discussion about Cynja, which is a program designed to educate and protect children from cyber-related threats–including polymorphic malware, DDOS command and control, antiviral signatures, and cognitive overload.

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Bio: Dr. Chase Cunningham is the Chief Strategy Officer at Ericom Software. Chase is the creator of the Zero Trust eXtended framework and a cybersecurity expert with decades of operational experience with the National Security Agency, US Navy, FBI Cyber Division, and other government mission groups. Chase is responsible for Ericom’s overall strategy and technology alignment. Chase was previously VP and Principal Analyst at Forrester Research; Director of Threat Intelligence for Armor; Director of Cyber Analytics for Decisive Analytics; and Chief Cryptologic Technician, US Navy. He’s author of the Cynja series and Cyber Warfare: Truth, Tactics, and Strategies.

IPA is a non-profit organization dedicated to exploring the role of information activities, such as influence and cognitive security, within the national security sector and helping to bridge the divide between operations and research. Its goal is to increase interdisciplinary collaboration between scholars and practitioners and policymakers with an interest in this domain.

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