WannaCry and NotPetya’s worldwide, cross-sector impact plainly illustrated that governments and private industry have a shared responsibility to prevent, mitigate and respond to cyber. What lessons can we learn about the proactive measures that mitigated their effects, and how can we refine policies and processes to prevent a similar (or potentially more serious) attack in the future?
Shadow Assistant Minister for Cyber Security and Defence, Parliament of Australia
Assistant Professor, Pyeong Taek University
Head, International Cyber Policy Centre
Deputy Director, Cybersecurity Division, Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI)
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