Jamie Shea | Deputy Assistant Secretary General of Emerging Security Challenges
N.A.T.O.

Jamie Shea, Deputy Assistant Secretary General of Emerging Security Challenges, N.A.T.O.

Jamie Shea is NATO Deputy Assistant Secretary General for Emerging Security Challenges. He has been working with NATO since 1980. He is involved with several prominent academic institutions, and is a regular lecturer and conference speaker on NATO and European security affairs, as well as on public diplomacy and political communication and lobbying. He holds a D.Phil. in Modern History from Oxford University (Lincoln College), 1981. Amongst his many associations and memberships, Jamie Shea is Member of the Advisory Board, Security and Defence Programmes at Chatham House, Member of the Policy Council at the World Economic Forum in Geneva 
and Founder and Member of the Board, Security and Defence Agenda Brussels.

Appearances:



The World Cyber Security Congress Day 1 - 27th March 2018 @ 14:40

What motivates hackers? understanding the profile of a cyber attacker to inform your security defenses

  • Understanding the profile of your ‘average’ attacker
  • What motivates hackers to dump data publicly and how do they do it?
  • Using this knowledge to inform our cyber security defenses
  • Can you ever be fully protected?

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