Nuclear weapons changed the interaction among states and affected the balance of power and global stability. For decades, the nuclear strategic framework was one of deterrence via mutually assured destruction. The cyber era introduces different variables to the security calculus. While the era of mutually assured destruction is not yet to be archived, are we now living in the new era of mutually assured disruption?
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Dr. Michael Sulmeyer, Director, Cyber Security Project, Belfer Center for Science & International Affairs at Harvard University
Dr. David Mussington, Director, Center for Public Policy and Private Enterprise, University of Maryland
Paul S. Triolo, Practice Head, Geo-Technology, Eurasia Group
Moderated by Rafal Rohozinski, CEO of the SecDev Group.
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