INSA President Pens Op-Ed on Five Eyes Pact

INSA President Pens Op-Ed on Five Eyes Pact

INSA President Pens Op-Ed on Five Eyes Pact

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Nations must speed the dissemination of information to enable real-time responses and counter disabling cyber threats.

The long-standing intelligence sharing pact between the U.S., U.K., Australia, New Zealand and Canada needs to adapt more quickly to meet rapidly evolving, 21st century threats.

To modernize the “Five Eyes” arrangement, the five governments must develop a common strategy for gathering information on today’s threats, which stem from non-state actors like terrorist groups, hackers and transnational criminal syndicates — as well as from nation-state adversaries.  However, to be successful, they must speed the dissemination of information to enable real-time responses, counter disabling cyber threats like the recent “Wanna Cry” ransomware attack and overcome adversaries’ use of encryption.

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