Cybersecurity has become a race to secure sensitive information and critical infrastructure, with profound global implications. The increasing reliance on digital systems and the rapid development of emerging technologies like artificial intelligence and 5G have amplified the importance of safeguarding data and cyber infrastructure. As emerging technologies become more interconnected and pervasive, the attack surface for cybercriminals widens.

Chinese cyberattacks on U.S. federal agencies and private corporations underscore the potential risks of data breaches and espionage. The U.S. responds with initiatives like the Cyberspace Solarium Commission and bolstering the Cyber Command to fortify its cyber defenses and deter adversaries.

The evolving threat landscape necessitates innovative approaches, collaboration among stakeholders and continuous adaptation of cybersecurity protocols. Heightened concerns about privacy, data breaches and the potential for large-scale cyber incidents make the field of data and cybersecurity in the context of emerging technologies vital to ensure the safe and secure integration of these technologies into our daily lives.

Commissioner for Data/Cyber

Andy Geisse

Fmr CEO, AT&T Business Solutions; Operating Partner, Bessemer Venture Partners

Commissioner for Data/Cyber

The work of the Global Tech Security Commission is critical to maintaining freedom and our way of life. Data has become the life blood of our companies, industries and technologies; We must protect it so it is used to advance freedom versus restraining it.

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Chinese hackers cast wide net for trade secrets in US, Europe and Asia, researchers say

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