Battle stations: Businesses, governments and cyberwarfare

If you’re a hacker, you only have to succeed one time. If you’re security, you have to succeed every time.

Menny Barzilay, Founder and CEO of FortyTwo, sits down and lays out the impending dangers that billions of affordable, mass-produced IoT devices will bring to the world of security, and how it is impossible for countries today to continue with the idea that physical borders can protect them from the warfare of the modern world.

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