Nation States, Cyberconflict and the Web of Profit

The world of Nation State cyberconflict and cyberespionage is covert by nature. Finding evidence of how such players operate, what tools they use, what motivates them and how they gain supremacy has always been challenging. 

Therefore, HP is excited to share this study from Dr. Michael McGuire, Senior Lecturer of Criminology at the University of Surrey in the UK, which shines a light into how the Nation State cybersphere is evolving.
As the severity, sophistication, scale and scope of Nation State activity continues to increase, we need to reinvent security to stay ahead. This will require a more robust endpoint security architecture built on zero trust principles of fine-grained segmentation coupled with least privilege access control. We are all in the crossfire now, so it’s critical that every business does what it can to protect itself and its wider network. 

Read on to learn more.


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