Chat Date: 29 Oct 2020
Chat Topic: The Long Arc of Cybersecurity History & the INTERnet - Cybersecurity Curriculum Guidelines' Big Ideas - Ubiquitous Connectivity (#3) and Implications (#8)
Chat Presenter: Anthony Rutkowski of Netmagic Associates, LLC
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During this NCF #CyberChats session, Anthony Rutkowski described the long arc of history of internets, cybersecurity, and how they have been entwined over the decades as technology and deployments have evolved. Treated in some depth are how the National Security Agency began identifying emerging cybersecurity challenges beginning in the late 1960s as new internet technology began to emerge and evolve in unexpected ways. The entwined timelines over the next fifty years was explored as new internet technologies and deployments evolved, and as NSA had to meet the cybersecurity needs to authenticate, protect, and analyze information and services on which we all depend.
This #CyberChats session took place via Nepris online.