Forecasting in the cyber realm has become a popular hobby these days for pundits in all media. But while the need for a look ahead is real, few pontificators have the boots-on-the-ground experience and track record of successful prognostication possessed by the experts at Tellagraff.
Few pontificators have the boots-on-the-ground experience and track record possessed by the experts at Tellagraff
Whether in think tank deliberations, classified projections for three-letter intelligence agencies, public speeches, or in print, the principals of Tellagraff have called correctly many of the twists and turns in the cyber threat landscape. Founder Mark Graff, for example, began forecasting “The Future of Internet Security” (TFOIS) in 1999. He correctly forecast the emergence of hacktivist groups such as Anonymous in that year – see TFOIS [link] to see to see his reasoning. (for background on another anticipatory move, just before his focus shifted to the classified, unprintable realm, see 2003’s Computer Weekly profile: U.S. Government Organizations see off Blaster worm).
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