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The value of employees who began their careers before the digital age is underestimated
As tensions between rival countries rise, borderless business becomes more difficult
Understanding how countries jockey for power by using the private sector as a proxy requires specialist skills
A lucrative and new field of criminal gain has opened up for sophisticated hackers
Berlin needs to do more to support its homegrown industry if it wants to retain talent
This crisis has taught us that governments would achieve more with some goodwill from business
As ‘acts of war’ proliferate and become harder to define, who will insure businesses?
Governments should be more vigilant about foreign acquisitions in critical sectors
Companies should consider participating in military exercises
Countries can defend against individual hackers by sending them a ‘horse head’ message
Ministries cannot deal with non-military attacks by themselves
Today’s hybrid warfare targets the private sector, so businesses and governments should work together
Struggle to access a global talent pool could apply to other industries post-Brexit
Spending cuts to non-essential armed services undermine international standing
Other countries should follow the example of Sweden, Finland and Israel
Europe would benefit from the US ploy of sending officers to spend time in academia