Black Hat New Dimensions Of Cybersecurity Rod Beckstrom Director [email_address]
Black Hat WIRED New Dimensions Of Cybersecurity Rod Beckstrom Director [email_address]
The Prisoners Dilemma
 
Insider threats  and hackers…
 
Who reengineered  the system?
 
 
 
 
Back to the Future
The Prisoners Dilemma
The Prisoners Dilemma W/W W/L L/W W/W L/L
Iterated Prisoners Dilemma W/W W/L L/W W/W L/L 200 X
Iterated Prisoners Dilemma W/W W/L L/W W/W L/L 200 X
NCSC ROLES Joint venture of DHS/DNI/DOD/DOJ  HSC/NSC Connecting six key network operation centers Information sharing and ...
 
Slight problem… What are the rules? What is risk management?
where  SC =  total security cost   SI  =  security investment   L  =  loss Economics of Security MINIMIZE  SC =  SI + L
Loss $ Security $ Economics of Security
Loss $ Security $ Economics of Security
Loss $ Security $ Economics of Protocols Better Protocols Drive  Loss Function Down
IPV6, BGP, DNS, SMS/IP,  POTS … Protocol Investments
Correlation of Losses Correlations of losses due to IP failure ( L IP ) are trending towards 1.0  n
Info Sharing Incentives “ information wants to be free” but Stovepipe perception – “information is power” Incentives again...
Economics of Networks Cyber Diplomacy/Game Theory Cloud Computing Cyber-kinetic Wars Cyber quarantines Secure ISP’s New Di...
E Pluribus Unum
How can we best plant  our flag in cyberspace? [email_address]
 
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  • Secure World Expo DC, Rod Beckstrom, Director of the NCSC, National Cybersecurity Center, DHS, Department of Homeland Secuirty

    1. 1. Black Hat New Dimensions Of Cybersecurity Rod Beckstrom Director [email_address]
    2. 2. Black Hat WIRED New Dimensions Of Cybersecurity Rod Beckstrom Director [email_address]
    3. 3. The Prisoners Dilemma
    4. 5. Insider threats and hackers…
    5. 7. Who reengineered the system?
    6. 12. Back to the Future
    7. 13. The Prisoners Dilemma
    8. 14. The Prisoners Dilemma W/W W/L L/W W/W L/L
    9. 15. Iterated Prisoners Dilemma W/W W/L L/W W/W L/L 200 X
    10. 16. Iterated Prisoners Dilemma W/W W/L L/W W/W L/L 200 X
    11. 17. NCSC ROLES Joint venture of DHS/DNI/DOD/DOJ HSC/NSC Connecting six key network operation centers Information sharing and situational awareness Foster collaboration across Federal government Report on “State of the Network” to White House
    12. 19. Slight problem… What are the rules? What is risk management?
    13. 20. where SC = total security cost SI = security investment L = loss Economics of Security MINIMIZE SC = SI + L
    14. 21. Loss $ Security $ Economics of Security
    15. 22. Loss $ Security $ Economics of Security
    16. 23. Loss $ Security $ Economics of Protocols Better Protocols Drive Loss Function Down
    17. 24. IPV6, BGP, DNS, SMS/IP, POTS … Protocol Investments
    18. 25. Correlation of Losses Correlations of losses due to IP failure ( L IP ) are trending towards 1.0 n
    19. 26. Info Sharing Incentives “ information wants to be free” but Stovepipe perception – “information is power” Incentives against disclosure OSINT/SIGINT/HUMINT Benefits of collaboration and network effect…
    20. 27. Economics of Networks Cyber Diplomacy/Game Theory Cloud Computing Cyber-kinetic Wars Cyber quarantines Secure ISP’s New Dimensions
    21. 28. E Pluribus Unum
    22. 29. How can we best plant our flag in cyberspace? [email_address]
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