At the beginning of 2019, the American cybersecurity community finds itself at a crossroads. Perhaps it might be more appropriate to say that cybersecurity policymakers, technologists, and practitioners find themselves fighting a battle on two fronts. On one side, there’s the traditional hostile cyberspace. We expect this. We’ve trained for this. We’ve built for this. We are continually adapting to the environment and doing our utmost to keep our charges safe and able to conduct business.
The past few years have seen the rise of a second front. One that in hindsight, we should have expected . . .