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.
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Russia is hardly, if at all, deterred by sanctions. Until Uncle Sam puts his kinetic foot down, Russian Intrusions and campaigns will continue and most likely increase.
The sky is not falling, at least not today.
Modular threats and two-tiered development are the wave of the future.
Busting myths found in newspaper article.
Never disclaim an analysis you intend to publish.