3. One member opined that it can be hard to defend ourselves against an adversary when we don't know what they want or how they are going to attack us.
It helps to try to think like an adversary might in relation to your data and networks. What data do you have that will matter most to a potential attacker? If you don’t know the answer to that question, think about your most important missions (flying planes, sending money, underwriting insurance) and the applications and data that underpin those missions. Those applications and data are probably what an adversary will go after first. Once you’ve thought about that data, then you can think about the steps you can take to protect your assets.
4. What can we do to protect small businesses?
Regulation can help nudge them to invest. Since there are so many businesses that could be at risk, regulation can help spur everyone to invest in services.