The Internet has transformed the front lines of war, and it’s leaving governments behind. As security analyst Rodrigo Bijou shows, modern conflict is being waged online between non-state groups, activists and private corporations, and the digital landscape is proving to be fertile ground for the recruitment and radicalization of terrorists. Meanwhile, draconian surveillance programs are ripe for exploitation. Bijou urges governments to end mass surveillance programs and shut “backdoors” — and he makes a bold call for individuals to step up.
Rodrigo Bijou: Governments don’t understand cyber warfare. We need hackers – [TED Talks]
02 Jan This entry was published on January 2, 2016 at 9:00 am. It’s filed under TED Talks, Video and tagged Ambush, Amy Adams, Edward Snowden, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Federal Communications Commission, Internet, Internet service provider, Mass surveillance, National Security Agency, United States.