InfowarCon Company Profile
More than 20 years ago, security experts predicted that Information Warfare would dominate conflict and would engage private companies, the individual and nation-states in ways they did not understand. Some governments and most companies ignored the warnings. As one U.S. Congressman said in open testimony, “Mr. Schwartau, why would the bad guys ever want to use the internet…?” Ignorance, arrogance and apathy prevailed. Other nations have successfully adapted the weaponization of technology as a means of force projection. The results are staggering losses in intellectual property and deep penetrating threats to national security. Can we even catch up? Over the last two years, in conversation with colleagues around the world, it was made clear that InfowarCon must be revived – returned to its original cutting edge nature – for four compelling reasons.