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Let's talk the future of cyberwarfare.

On February 25, 2022, two days after Russia began its military invasion of Ukraine, the U.S. Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) issued a rare Shields Up warning for U.S.-based organizations, stating: "Every organization—large and small—must be prepared to respond to disruptive cyber activity."

CISA was not alone. Cybersecurity agencies around the world issued similar guidance, urging public and private organizations to take immediate steps to harden their cybersecurity posture and to take steps to support and enable security teams from the top down.

Hear from our panelists as they talk about the convergence of geopolitical and technological forces that led to this moment—and how they will shape the future of cyberwarfare.


  • John Zangardi, former CIO for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, former acting CIO for the U.S. Department of Defense, and former Navy CIO
  • Samir Kapuria, Managing Director, Crosspoint Capital Partners
  • Jamie Moles, Senior Technical Manager, ExtraHop


Panelists will talk about the role of people and process in leading us to this moment, and how people and process will impact the outcomes of future cyberattacks. This includes the role that volunteer cyber armies are playing in the conflict in Ukraine, and how the development of those groups will impact global conflict and individual organizations. Panelists will also discuss how corporate leaders can lead their organizations and support security teams during times of high alert.


On the technical side, panelists will discuss the tactics currently being deployed by nation-state actors and their allies against both governments and private organizations, including the rapidly rising cost of zero days, the creation of exploits through supply chain compromise, and the shifting focus of attacks from extortion and exploitation to extinction. Panelists will also talk about the role of the network as both an attack vector and a source of cyberdefense intelligence.