The United States and other countries must continue to invest in research and pioneer technology, processes, and policies that help society deal with these developments. Researchers from academia, the private sector, and government must continue to work together and share information on emerging threats, make improvements to policy, and educate users.
The annual Georgia Tech Cyber Security Summit (GTCSS) on October 29, 2014, provides an opportunity for researchers and stakeholders from different spheres to come together and prepare for the challenges we face in securing cyberspace, critical data, and Internet-connected devices. By hosting the event, the Georgia Institute of Technology aims to support new efforts to develop new technologies and strategies that are effective against sophisticated cyber attacks and create the foundation for a better digital society.
The discussion starts here. As key stakeholders, we all need to cooperate more effectively to combat the emerging threats we face and develop the necessary technologies and policies for a sustainable digital future. As part of fulfilling this need, we have compiled the following Emerging Cyber Threats Report, which includes insight and analysis from a variety of experts from the IT security industry, government, and academia. The Report and the Summit provide an open forum for discussion of emerging threats, their potential impact, and countermeasures for containing them. After the summit, we invite you to learn more about our work in cyber security and connect with our experts to understand and address the challenges we face.
2015 Energy Industry Cybersecurity Report
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