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" I divide the entire set of Fortune Global 2000 firms into two categories: those that know they've been compromised and those that don't yet know. "
" We should enable the private sector to engage in self-defense in the cyber world like we do in the physical world. "
" Victims don't want to know they're victims. I guess that's just victim psychology: if you don't know about it, it's not really happening. "
" Transnational organized cybercriminal groups have stolen hundreds of millions of dollars from financial institutions and ordinary citizens. "
" Fancy Bear actually went after opposition research and, specifically, research related to the Trump candidacy. "
" In the physical world, we would never blame the victim of the assault for that assault taking place, but yet we do so all the time in the cyber world. I think that's completely misguided. "
" A rapidly growing number of nation states have determined that cyberespionage is a highly valuable tool not only to steal national and military secrets but also to pillage the most valuable business information from international competitors and pass it on to domestic industries to help them out-innovate and out-negotiate their rivals. "
" What you really want is for a cyberattack to be very costly and risky so it is used only rarely and only against really high-value targets. "
" It's been really hard to watch the news of this Anonymous and LulzSec stuff because most of what they do - defacing Web sites and running denial-of-service attacks - is not serious. It's really just nuisance. "
" The GRU is used for both tactical intelligence collection in the battlefield in support of Russian military operations and also strategic active measures or psychological warfare overseas. "
" Out of any country on the planet, I can't think of a country that has been more focused than Iran from the high levels of government on cyber, and that includes the United States. "
" Every world leader is trying to figure out who Mr. Trump is, especially if he's elected president, and they want to know what his foreign policies would be. Russia is no exception. "
" The Internet is a global resource that does not belong to any one nation or alliance. It has contributed to amazing economic growth, collaboration, civil education, and awe-inspiring lifestyle improvements for billions of people. "
" Cyber espionage is very lucrative for economic benefit to a nation. "
" If someone stole your keys to encrypt the data, it didn't matter how secure the algorithms were. "
" Obviously, you have the DNC engaged in communication with lots of different parties, and anything you can use to gain intelligence about what's going on in the U.S. political system and what the candidates are thinking is of high interest to Russian intelligence. "
" The difference between theft and destruction is often a few keystrokes. "
" With Fancy Bear, we have medium-level confidence it's GRU, which is Russia's military intelligence agency, and with Cozy Bear, we have low-level confidence it's FSB, the Russian federal security service. "
" A lot of people who are born here don't appreciate the freedoms we have, the opportunities we have, because they've never had it any other way. "
" When I see something like Russian intelligence services interfering with our electoral process, I find that incredibly offensive. "
" In 2018, my biggest worry is actually about North Korea. I worry a great deal that they may do a destructive attack, perhaps against our financial sector, in an attempt to deter a potential U.S. strike against either their nuclear facilities or even the regime itself. "
" At CrowdStrike, we look for traces of the adversary and try to find out who the adversary is, what they are after, and what their tradecraft is. We also disseminate that information to enable collective action. "
" After the investigation of Operation Aurora, the cyberattack on Google from within China that was revealed in 2010, I realized a completely new type of security strategy and technology was needed. "
" In Russia, you have political parties engaged in all kinds of nefarious activity. And they may just assume that in America it works the exact same way. "
" Organizations, whether they are nonprofits or enterprise, need to be aware that nation-states are coming after them for political espionage, economic espionage, or destructive attacks. "