Cybernetic environment has become the nervous system of the highly-informatised countries, since it links together the politico-strategic, military, economic, commercial, industrial, infrastructure and social dimensions.
In this ever-changing context, security issues affect individuals, institutions and private actors. A national security strategy requires common targets, the distinction of functions and actors, the creation of processes able to face threats and challenges stemming from this environment.
In other words, an "olistic ecosystem" is required: an ecosystem which can harmonise roles and responsibilities, in order to ease the sharing of the contributions of each actor, and to pursue a more effective approach, that promotes the cooperation, manages the growing complexity and exploits the opportunities offered by the digital domain.
Which are the main responsibilities that the public sector - in particular, the intelligence - has to bear? Which are the expectations of the private actors? What role should the academia and think-tanks play?
The panelists have answered to these and many other questions during the virtual conference held on 7th July, organised under the aegis of the ISPI Centre for Cybersecurity.
The conference has been broadcasted on Facebook, YouTube and on the ISPI website.
- Dossier: Data: A New Geopolitical Battleground
- Commentary: Data, the New Power in Geopolitics
- Rapporto: AI in the Age of Cyber-Disorder