John Bryk

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John Bryk retired from the U.S. Air Force as a colonel after a 30-year career, last serving as a military diplomat in central and western Europe and later as a civilian with the Defense Intelligence Agency. Bryk holds, among other degrees, an MBA, an M.S. in Cybersecurity, and an M.A. in Business and Organizational Security Management, a combination that gives him a unique outlook on the physical and cyberthreat landscapes. As an intelligence analyst for the private-sector, he focuses on the protection of our nation's natural gas critical cyber and physical infrastructure.

The opinions expressed in this blog are those of John Bryk and do not necessarily represent those of IDG Communications Inc. or its parent, subsidiary or affiliated companies.

Is this the nuclear power hack we've all feared? Hardly.

Is this the nuclear power hack we've all feared? Hardly.

Bavarian nuclear power plant discovers malware.

Energy infrastructure cyber risk outlook for 2016

Risk predictions in relation to the cyber threat landscape posed by criminals, hacktivists, spies, and cyber warfare.

Defining the threat in the energy sector

Defining the threat in the energy sector

What are the categories of adversary faced by the energy sector in 2016? By analyzing their motivation and procedures we gain a better understanding of who might be a target and why.

Non-technical manager’s guide to protecting energy ICS/SCADA

Non-technical manager’s guide to protecting energy ICS/SCADA

Sophisticated cyber-attacks known as Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs) are a growing challenge to the Energy Sector of our nation’s critical infrastructure. These attacks can largely be attributed to well-funded, dedicated...

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