Survivability: Confronting the Unprecedented Risks of Today’s Geo-Poli-Cyber™ Threatened World to Competitively Thrive in the 21st Century by Khaled Fattal
In 2020,the COVID-19 pandemic exposed western democracies’ systemic failure to prepare for a precedented threat. This cost too many lives that could have been saved. Moreover, it exposed grave malfunctions in the current global world order—and its economic, legislative, regulative, and democratic models and institutions. It also crystalized that cyber security defenses and designs accepted as gospel are no longer fit for the purposes of defending the nation, businesses, and protecting the citizen.
Consider governmental failures to prepare for a pandemic they were warned about. Will yours be ready for cyber terrorism? Election meddling? Fake news? How about sinister exploitations of IOT, AI, and quantum computing? Overall, is your government prepared to mitigate Geo-Poli-Cyber™ attacks? This book explores those certainties and new paths forward.
In this new era, safeguarding nation-states, organizations, and citizens has less to do with cyber security . . . it has everything to do with survivability.
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Khaled Fattal is the founder and chairman of the MLi Group, whose motto is “Cybersecurity Is No Longer the Keyword—Survivability in a Geo-Poli-Cyber™ Threatened World is.”
Using the MLi Group Survivability Strategies™ and Solutions, Fattal and his MLi Group help businesses and governments mitigate the latest cyber and non cyber threats—especially Geo-Poli-Cyber™ perpetrators whose motivations are political, ideological, extremist, and “religious,” which cyber security, resiliency, and continuity strategies and solutions continue to routinely fail to defend governments and organizations. A key threat is the destruction/devastation-motivated new breed of GPCyber™ hackers and lone wolves, often directed or backed by not only enemies but also presumed allies.
The MLi Group and Fattal have been involved in the global infrastructure of the internet and its resiliency, stability, and security since the mid-1990s; he championed it as, and led the way in making it, the Multilingual Internet it is today through international institutions and forums such as the UN, ITU, ICANN, UNIGF, and many others.
Fattal is frequently invited to keynote, speak at, and chair public and private expos, international conferences, and events, as well as being interviewed on radio and TV.