Since the advent of the internet, countries have adopted new strategies to protect valuable information from cyber attacks from other nations and individuals. Nations have moved from focusing on physical attacks on nation sovereignty to defending again threats in cyberspace.
What are the state’s objectives in its cyber security policies? How has it evolved over time?
We spoke to Richard Harknett, professor and head of the Political Science Department at the University of Cincinnati. He also serves as Scholar-in-Residence at the US Cyber Command and the NSA.