History defines who we are and informs how Americans chart the nation’s future. It underpins representative government. Increasingly, historical records and documents are being converted to digital formats. This promises to make essential information available to more Americans than before. There are also troubling implications. It takes only a cursory examination of recent events to understand that history is mutable, and that digital information’s vulnerabilities create opportunities for malicious actors to twist and cripple our national character. Controlling the information that comprises the past can yield control of the future. How the cybersecurity community safeguards the integrity of . . .
TABLE OF CONTENTS
United States Cybersecurity Magazine
- Information Integrity and National Identity
- QKD versus PQC: A Quantum Showdown? Part 1
- QKD versus PQC: A Quantum Showdown? Part 2
- Avoiding Phantom Risk – Chasing Exploitability, Not Vulnerability
- What is Cyber Leadership?
- It’s Time for Intelligence Teams to Recommend Operational Changes
- The Unintended Consequences of Connectivity: How a Zero Trust Approach Can Shrink the Attack Surface
- Russia and ‘The New Norm’