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≡ homecollections about glenn about ggv archives subscribe subscribe to going long by email and get the latest updates as they happen. email address homecollections about glenn about ggv archives going long for entrepreneurs who are thinking big the coming global cyber war in december 2015 i predicted that in ’16 we’d see a major cyber attack against the us on our soil perpetrated by an enemy of the state. with the russians interfering with our most prized democratic possession, the presidential election, i unfortunately nailed this prediction. as we begin ’17, i believe we’ll see far more cyber warfare activity. similar to the “war on terror” declared by president bush shortly after the september 11th attacks in 2001, we’re now ushering in the era of global cyber war. just as the war on terror continues to be waged with no end in sight, i’d expect this global cyber war to continue for years to come. russian hackers have proven the us is vulnerable, with likely more alleged and even acknowledged infiltration to come. other natural enemies will re-double efforts, emboldened by russia’s success. the us will be provoked to publicly respond, which is why i’ve predicted in ’17 the us’ offensive cyber warfare activities will hit mainstream attention for the first time. the global cyber war will be a very different war than we’re accustomed to with far reaching implications. the challenges we face are immense: the challenges to fighting the global cyber war: multiple adversaries. unlike conventional wars, where enemies tend to be fought one at a time, or terrorism, where smaller, organized groups aim to wreak havoc on specific foes, cyber war is multi-faceted. from the viewpoint of the us, we’re being probed, surveilled, infiltrated and attacked at all times by a range of actors including enemy states, terrorist groups, hacktivists and even countries with whom we have normalized relations (although these players are less likely to be in attack mode). mission is never accomplished. in cyber wars, you’ll never be able to hang a banner and declare victory, nor will your adversaries sign a peace treaty. these wars are fought quietly, usually with both sides denying their malicious activities, until and if one side opts to claim a victory. in short, cyber wars never end. many motives. while conventional wars are typically fought over land or control of resources, cyber wars have many modes and goals. the modes include surveillance – spying on your adversary to understand and predict their behaviors; probing – understanding where weak spots exist for use later in the case of aggression; infiltration – accessing sensitive information with the goal of extraction for use as part of future attacks or for commercial gains; and attacks. possible goals of cyber war include pecuniary gains, disruption of the lives and institutions of enemies, and, in the future, cyber wars are likely to be waged to induce widespread panic and death. difficult to defend. while terrorism has taught that borders, air and train travel, and local terror cells need to be monitored vigilantly, in cyber war, the surface area vulnerable to attack continues to grow as digitization and connectivity increase. both civilians and governmental agencies are at risk. everything from our mobile phones to our financial systems and networks to our transportation fabric to our energy and power systems are fair game. the proliferation of connected devices continues to expand opportunities for cyber adversaries. where does one turn for help? presently, there’s not a federal agency openly waging cyber war, protecting citizens and girding institutions against its consequences. certainly the nsa and other defense agencies are executing on both defensive and offensive cyber strategies, but these are designed to be clandestine, out of the public eye. people and companies have been left to generally fend for themselves against cyber criminals, but the game is changing as adversaries strengthen. while the office of the of the president has appointed a commission which has released its initial findings, the department of homeland security has brought together civilian experts and dhs folks to collaborate on response readiness, as has congress, we’ll need more coordinated action in the future. next steps in the game: disclosure. just as dhs has established a color coded risk level scheme in the war on terror, so to must the federal government fashion a disclosure system in the global cyber war to help individuals and companies better predict danger levels, recognize threat types and anticipate severe risks. i’m hoping our new administration will continue on with a federal chief information security officer (ciso) who issues recommended actions for people and companies, especially when attacks appear imminent. prioritization. a formal establishment of priorities needs to be proclaimed and adhered to as our federal government wages cyber war. it would seem that citizens’ lives should be of paramount importance, but what about democratic institutions? critical infrastructure? financial centers? hospitals? what gets more focus and attention when risks are greatest or remediation is necessary? i’d vote that critical infrastructure, for example equipment running power plants, grids, water and transportation systems, be given very high priority given the potential damage and societal panic a high profile attack may induce. global frameworks. mike maples recently tweeted regarding the need for a cyber version of the monroe doctrine. he’s right on. the us needs to take more of a leadership role with our allies, establishing cyber rules of engagement and enforcement mechanisms to help ensure adherence. just as the war on terror has forced collaboration among many otherwise reluctant countries, so to must the us push for similar alliances to staunch the grave cyber risks we face. the myriad venture backed startups in the cyber security world have a role to play as well. the government will be limited in its ability to protect, and smart good guys need to build products to counter the strategies of smart bad guys. there remain good opportunities for entrepreneurs to build products and services to help individuals and companies stay prepared and equipped to manage the risks of the global cyber war. at ggv, we’ve been investing in cyber security for over a decade (see below for a list of our current active cybersecurity portfolio companies), and we continue to actively invest in cybersecurity because we know the threat is real and startups will play a key role in the future. the risk has never been greater; we need the best and brightest to found and build companies to help in the global cyber war. ==================== ggv’s cybersecurity portfolio includes: nozomi networks is focused on protecting critical infrastructure such as utilities, oil & gas and manufacturing facilities from cyber threats; synack is helping government agencies and large companies identify and remedy vulnerabilities before they’re exploited by adversaries; alienvault is providing mid-market and large companies with threat detection and management; bitsight is providing independent security ratings on businesses of all sizes; hashicorp, the company behind vault, is the leading secrets manager for both devops teams to protect their development and production infrastructure and security teams to centralize secrets management. share this:emailtweet january 8, 2017 subscribe subscribe to going long by email and get the latest updates as they happen. email address 2016 – top 10 books for the past two decembers, i’ve shared my favorite 10 books of the year. these posts have surprisingly been some of my most popular, so i’ve decided to share my top 10 reads of 2016 (actually top 11 books sinceread more… share this:emailtweet 2017 predictions as 2016 draws to a close, i’ve been trying to make sense of all that’s going on in technology and in the world more broadly. below are a few predictions about what may transpire in ’17.  i’ve also included anread more… share this:emailtweet making sense of snap’s ipo news of snap’s (fka snapchat) purported confidential ipo filing hit the press this past week. although rumors of a pending snap ipo were swirling for several months, i had been a bit skeptical. after all, why would snap choose toread more… share this:emailtweet congratulations nozomi networks on raising a $7.5m series a financing congratulations nozomi networks on raising a $7.5 million series a financing. our team at ggv capital is excited to be working with nozomi and i’m delighted to have joined the company’s board of directors. nozomi is a true innovator inread more… share this:emailtweet congratulations restless bandit on raising an $8m series a with participation by ggv capital congratulations restless bandit on raising an $8m series a financing. the entire team at ggv capital is ecstatic to have participated in the round, and i’m excited to have joined the restless bandit board as an observer. restless bandit isread more… share this:emailtweet welcome nutanix to the esteemed ipo class of late ‘16 nutanix, the leading hyper-converged infrastructure (hci) player, is the latest in a recent string of strong ipos. nutanix increased its initial filing range, priced above the increased range, and saw its stock shoot up 131% on its first day ofread more… share this:emailtweet by glenn solomon follow @glennsolomon i’m a partner at ggv capital, a venture capital firm that invests in the u.s. and china. subscribe subscribe to going long by email and get the latest updates as they happen. email address popular posts popular collections growth stage seriesentrepreneurs starting companies need and deserve a lot of support. creating something from nothing is clearly not for the faint of heart. there are roadblocks in nearly every direction, but founders find ways to surmount even the most daunting obstacles. while the job of starting and building a start-up is incredibly challenging, the good news is that there is a lot of useful information and tools now available to entrepreneurs to help them on the early-stage journey. recent posts the coming global cyber war 2016 – top 10 books 2017 predictions making sense of snap’s ipo congratulations nozomi networks on raising a $7.5m series a financing congratulations restless bandit on raising an $8m series a with participation by ggv capital welcome nutanix to the esteemed ipo class of late ‘16 why slack & wechat have gone to work congratulations bitsight on raising a $40 million series c led by ggv capital congratulations hashicorp on raising a $24m series b led by ggv twilio: from api to ipo china revisited highlights from ggv ceo dinner on nextgen sales & marketing my conversation with emily chang on bloomberg west momentum — builds slowly, evaporates quickly talking square on cnbc the ipo sweet spot top ten books – 2015 2016 predictions highlights from ggv cyber-security dinner with marc goodman search copyright © 2017 glenn solomon. send to email address your name your email address cancel post was not sent - check your email addresses! email check failed, please try again sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email.


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