From the Spring 2017 Issue

Symbiosis and FEAR: Evolutionary Benefits of Cybersecurity

Rodrigo Ruiz
Researcher | CTI, Renato Archer

Fear impacts all of us. It can make us run or paralyze us. It can cause us to attack or to defend ourselves, our family, our resources, our country and our culture. Every biome must achieve equilibrium between predators and prey. Survival depends on a perfect balance between food and teeth. Government, the private sector, individuals and security companies form the cyber biome. It’s one where malicious activity is often leaders’ first choice.

One theory explaining the extinction of the dinosaurs posits that their biome was thrown into a state of disequilibrium due to a combination of asteroid strike . . .

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