‘Mind the Gap’ is a sequence of essays that seek to resolve cybergaps that form across security policy issues, involving military, police and civil society.
The main aspiration of ‘Mind the Gap’ is to communicate an overall thesis informing governance of digital disruption, resilience, and accountability, in response to vulnerabilities caused by exponential digital progress.
The main aspiration of ‘Mind the Gap’ is to communicate a thesis informing
governance of digital disruption, resilience, and accountability
in response to vulnerabilities caused by exponential digital progress.
The socio-technical model claims that a gap emerges in the mismatch between what technology is capable of and what social controls are supposed to do.
Thus, the term ‘cybergap’ refers to the virtual distance between social norms and technology.
Combining SCAREM@PPP.CIP and the Security-Crime-Risk Continuum into a research model, provides a framework that allows for analysis of the cybergaps forming in the convergence of national security, crime, and corporate risk.
Digitization made us vulnerable. We will not resolve digital vulnerabilities
neither Today nor Tomorrow. Therefore, we need to make sure that we are resilient.
This post is a prequel to the Danish National Cyber Strategy expected
to be implemented from 2018.
Introducing Web 2.0 to the general public without a valid regulatory architecture has proven to be a blunder, opening a number of cybergaps that evidently rock the boat. Making the same mistake upon entering the era of Web 3.0, will capsize the boat – for sure.