October 14, 2017 | Brian Hay APM
When Sun Tzu wrote "The Complete Art of War" he emphasised the need to "know your enemy".
It's fair to then take the position of the more knowledge I have on my adversary the greater my chances of successfully defeating them or certainly resisting their attacks.
That knowledge needs to be based upon information, experiential learnings of myself and other kindred spirits and this leads to intelligence - intelligence upon which I can make either evidence based business decisions or quality decisions based upon that intelligence.
Fundamentally, the better the intelligence the greater is the likelihood of better decisions.
Extract from 'The Lifecycle of Cybercrime' a presentation by CCS Executive Director Brian Hay APM