- Estonia securing their data against Russian hackers.
- Creating a Digital Geneva Convention.
- Story of getting hacked on a plane.
- Steven Petrow — a journalist who writes about digital life.
- Scott Charney — a security expert at Microsoft.
- Cyrus Farivar — an editor at Ars Technica.
- Brad Smith — Microsoft’s president and chief legal officer.
- Heidi Tworek — a professor who writes about the history of media and technology.
My Quick Thoughts:
- Russians have been hacking everyone for years.
- The issues around the statue in Estonia has similarities to the confederate statues in the USA.
Digital Geneva Convention Parameters:
- Cyber space unlike the battlefield is an attack on civilians not on soldiers.
- Convention must be a agreement between companies and governments.
- Must be flexible so as tech changes the convention changes.
“Hacking is like a hurricane that never ends”.
“If we are going to kill each other let’s do it in a civilized way” – Rules around the Geneva Convetion.
“Is it an attack or a hack?”.