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Guillermo Christensen Contributed to U.S. Intelligence Community Publication: "Commodification of Cy Guillermo Christensen Contributed to U.S. Intelligence Community Publication: "Commodification of Cy

Guillermo Christensen Contributed to U.S. Intelligence Community Publication: "Commodification of Cyber Capabilities: A Grand Cyber Arms Bazaar"

Matthew MillerIce Miller LLP partner Guillermo Christensen was quoted and involved in the creation of the publication, "Commodification of Cyber Capabilities: A Grand Cyber Arms Bazaar," with the support of the Public-Private Analytic Exchange Program.

The article included:

A proliferation and commodification of cyber offensive capabilities is reshaping the cyber balance of power, enabling an expanded array of actors to use cyber for geopolitical impact or economic gain. From the use of offensive cyberattack by nation-states directly against another by co-opting cyber criminals, this trend has blurred the line between spies and non-state malicious hackers.

Unfortunately, the battlefield of tomorrow is the internet, including much of our economy. That means companies of all shapes and sizes have to be ready for the consequences of electronic war as much as those who are on the physical front lines. ...Having a sense for the level of strategic surprise that is becoming more likely is particularly important for large multinational companies that may be facing these threats from multiple adversaries.


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