Threatscape 2022: What Is the Outlook for Government?Fortinet's Jim Richberg on Supply Chain Risk, OT and Securing Infrastructure
Supply chain attacks and OT risks are not new, but they got taken to new lengths by cyber adversaries in 2021. The outlook for 2022: More of the same, says Jim Richberg of Fortinet. But he has ideas on how governments worldwide can improve their defenses and security postures.
In this video interview with Information Security Media Group, Richberg discusses:
- How cyber adversaries have evolved their techniques in 2021;
- Supply chains and OT in the crosshairs;
- Governments' best opportunities to improve their security postures.
Richberg is a Fortinet field CISO working to bring cybersecurity solutions to industry and the public sector following an over-30-year career driving innovation in cyber intelligence, policy and strategy for the United States government and international partners. He served as national intelligence manager for cyber, the senior federal executive focused on cyber intelligence within the $80+ billion U.S. intelligence community, or IC, annual operating budget. He also was senior adviser to the Director of National Intelligence on cyber issues and set collection and analytic priorities for the IC's 17 departments and agencies on cyberthreats.