Transcript of "CyberSecurity's Most Significant Threats"
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The Most Significant Threats to CyberSecurity are Organized Crime and Government Agents they rank #1. Both Threats meet
all assessment criteria with the only differ in motivation, one motivated by the knowledge available across the Internet and the
other motivated by money. Competitors and Contracts are tied at #2 spot. The former is motivated by money and market
share for their own organization, while the latter is a highly skilled and capable service provider. Terrorists are next on the list
at #3 and while they are highly motivated they lack capability and skill to execute with. Malicious Threats are #4 motivated, but
due to the lack knowledge of our organization and resources any attacks are isolated and limited. Third-party organizations are
ranked #5, they represent service providers motivated by money with limited knowledge of the organization. Last but not
least, employees ranked #6, they are knowledgeable with average skill but limited on resources and motivation.