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Cyber Innovation Intelligence - Digital Space - Carlos Collazo

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Cyber Innovation Intelligence - Digital Space - Carlos Collazo

  1. 1. Cyber Intelligence in Business “Business is either dependent on information technology at some level or delivers information technology products and services. Businesses are increasingly interconnected via an interoperability tapestry that is comprised of many technology, data, human and institutional components. The profusion of interconnections and interdependencies create many cyber security risk scenarios. If a business does not include cyber security and cyber intelligence as an integral component to its value then it has a diminishing value each day forward as compared to those businesses that do so.” Carlos M. Collazo 2CII Certification Course: © 2016 The Institute of World Politics. All Rights Reserved. Course Content: © 2015-2016 Carlos M. Collazo. All Rights Reserved.
  2. 2. Cyber Interoperability in Business • In today’s digital business we use basic information systems: • Email • Write/edit/store documents • Send and Receive data and voice signals over mobile devices • Listen/View multi media (music, videos, etc.) • Business and personal use of technology and data have overlapped – BYOD, IoT, etc. • The technologies and data tools we use are vertically and horizontally interoperable – Microsoft, Google, Apple, etc. • Each interoperable nexus is a cyber security concern and a growing cyber intelligence focus issue. 3CII Certification Course: © 2016 The Institute of World Politics. All Rights Reserved. Course Content: © 2015-2016 Carlos M. Collazo. All Rights Reserved.
  3. 3. Interoperable Nexus – Collaboration • Uses • Email • Write/edit/store documents • Send and Receive data and voice signals over mobile devices • Listen/View multi media (music, videos, etc.) • Special Tools and Web Interface • Data – Exponential Growth • Many tech, service vendors and many companies as customers along with government, industry and defense 4CII Certification Course: © 2016 The Institute of World Politics. All Rights Reserved. Course Content: © 2015-2016 Carlos M. Collazo. All Rights Reserved. Collaboration Industry Technology Human Regulatory Data
  4. 4. Innovation Trends and Interoperability • Innovation drives Business • Interoperability is a source of Innovation • Stability from Interoperability and its impact on Innovation is a positive mitigating factor in cyber security • Trends in Innovation provide directional insight to emerging cyber security ‘hotspots’ 5CII Certification Course: © 2016 The Institute of World Politics. All Rights Reserved. Course Content: © 2015-2016 Carlos M. Collazo. All Rights Reserved.
  5. 5. Innovation’s Role in Cyber Security • Reactive and Growth Innovation -> deterministic or speculative • Interoperability Innovation yields new business areas with potentially new cyber security concerns • Source and Visibility of Innovation should align to a mapping in cyber security 6CII Certification Course: © 2016 The Institute of World Politics. All Rights Reserved. Course Content: © 2015-2016 Carlos M. Collazo. All Rights Reserved.
  6. 6. Interoperable Nexus – Collaboration & Innovation • Uses • Email • Write/edit/store documents • Send and Receive data and voice signals over mobile devices • Listen/View multi media (music, videos, etc.) • Special Tools and Web Interface • Data – Growing Exponentially! • Many tech, service vendors and many companies as customers along with government, industry and defense • Innovation Trends add value and complexity that introduce cyber challenges and intelligence insights 7CII Certification Course: © 2016 The Institute of World Politics. All Rights Reserved. Course Content: © 2015-2016 Carlos M. Collazo. All Rights Reserved. Collaboration Technology Human RegulatoryData Analytics Linguistics Sentiment
  7. 7. Technology and Cyber Intelligence • Technology is essential to the Cyber Intelligence cycle • Planning & Direction • Collection • Processing • Production Dissemination • Cyber Intelligence is a product and service • Data • Analysis • Refresh 8CII Certification Course: © 2016 The Institute of World Politics. All Rights Reserved. Course Content: © 2015-2016 Carlos M. Collazo. All Rights Reserved.
  8. 8. Cyber Intelligence and Innovation • Applying the Intelligence Cycle to Innovation • Innovation Analysis and Mapping to a Cyber Intelligence Process • Measuring the Innovation Impact is an essential metric to develop • Monitoring the Innovation evolution as it cycles into real world deployment 9CII Certification Course: © 2016 The Institute of World Politics. All Rights Reserved. Course Content: © 2015-2016 Carlos M. Collazo. All Rights Reserved.
  9. 9. Innovation Impact Measurement & Analysis • R.A.D.E. – Research, Analysis, Design, Execution: A system, practice and methodology used to assess innovation in the context of interoperability. Yielding cyber intelligence for business, business development and strategic decision actionable insights. • M.A.P. – Mapping, Analytics, Platform : A system, practice and methodology based on an integration of technologies in including correlative analytics, cluster analytics, predictive analytics and AI. These tools are applied in support of the R.A.D.E. process 10CII Certification Course: © 2016 The Institute of World Politics. All Rights Reserved. Course Content: © 2015-2016 Carlos M. Collazo. All Rights Reserved. Actionable Analysis Interop R.A.D.E M.A.P.
  10. 10. Cyber Innovation Intelligence & Business Strategy • Correlating the Cyber Intelligence Innovation product to the business strategy objectives • Competitive Analysis • Pricing Analysis • Market Analysis • Solution Position (Product and/or Service) • Partnerships, Customers • Research and Development • Operations • Policy, External Factors, Government & Regulatory • Strategic and Tactical Business Decisions from Cyber Innovation Intelligence Analysis 11CII Certification Course: © 2016 The Institute of World Politics. All Rights Reserved. Course Content: © 2015-2016 Carlos M. Collazo. All Rights Reserved. Cyber Innovation Intelligence Cyber Intelligence Cycle Business Strategy Objectives
  11. 11. Innovation Trending Now: An Example • Will Apple innovation actualize a move into competing with Intel? • If so, this innovation may cause a new O/S to be created • Other than obvious impact to Intel market share, what does it do to the ecology of tools, devices, services? • It seems that it will surely multiply interoperable nexus concerns. • With BYOD profusion it brings additional layers of cyber concern 12CII Certification Course: © 2016 The Institute of World Politics. All Rights Reserved. Course Content: © 2015-2016 Carlos M. Collazo. All Rights Reserved. BYOD – Mobile Devices Declining PC and Laptop Market Latest Apple Chip Outperforms Intel
  12. 12. Thank you! 13

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