Critical Infrastructure entities could feel the aftermath of a pandemic much like any other business. It is at this time that governments also need to be extremely vigilant about cybersecurity threats to critical infrastructure.
Beyond the curve:
“Unlike non-traditional security threats like natural disasters, technological failures, and other disruptions, planning for a pandemic requires a different set of skills as well as certain continuity assumptions. A pandemic usually diffuses geographically and could appear in a flutter that can persist for several months.” The Synergia Foundation has been working on cyber threats to critical infrastructure for more than a decade. The insights provided by the Foundation is currently referenced by governments all over the world.
Ciarin Liam Martin: Ciarin Liam Martin is the first Chief Executive Officer of the National Cyber Security Centre, UK . Prior to joining GCHQ, Martin was Constitution Director at the Cabinet Office from 2011, helping to agree the framework for the Scottish independence referendum.
Lauri Aasmann: Lauri Aasmann is the Director of Cyber Security, Information System Authority of Estonia(exercising as NCSC, including CIIP and CERT-EE). Previously, Mr. Aasmann served as the Head of Law Branch at NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence.
Lt Gen Rajesh Pant: Lt Gen Rajesh Pant is Chief of National Cyber Coordination Centre (NCCC). He is a founding member of India's indigenous Electronic Warfare (EW) programme and has more than 10 years of experience in top level Defense IT and Telecom training centre.