September 30, 2017 – How can nations protect their infrastructures in the age of cyber warfare? Is cyber warfare the main battleground of the future? Does the threat of mutually assured destruction serve as a deterrence in a cyber war? Does the use of cyber weapons increase the risk that non-state actors can pose to global security? What tools does the U.S. have in its cyber arsenal? What would a modern cyber war look like?
MAJ. GEN. MICHAEL JONES, (USA, RET.),
Former Chief of Staff, CENTCOM
Chief Cybersecurity Risk Officer, State of Connecticut