Thirty years ago, the Cold War threatened to spill over from high-level espionage into full-blown warfare between the world’s two great superpowers. But there could be a new conflict on the horizon.
Nature recently highlighted “The Darkening Web,” a new book by Alexander Klimburg, program director at The Hague Centre for Strategic Studies, which argued there’s an impending clash between forces of the free internet and nation-states that prefer complete cyber control. This has resulted in new challenges for enterprises already tackling concerns over cloud security and data protection. How can companies win day-to-day digital battles and survive the war?