Cyber terrorism interview with Giovanni Raciti 5


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yeah that’s not it
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that’s not okay hello John let’s do meet
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you here thank you thank you mister
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basically the job tell us about your job
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what you’re doing what I do my role um
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well I started working was invited
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because I’ve done work with government
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before to all levels of government work
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with DoD so the partner defense on Peach
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Street
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working on learning system so LMS
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systems yeah for our soldiers in the
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last wars we’ve been fighting in the
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Middle East and I got invited to a lot
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of the security forums and I was invited
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to enroll so I do have a directorship at
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global risk in London also directorship
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with sick in death which meant security
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intelligence defence this is a company
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organization that it’s managed in
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tel-aviv and with the American
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government and occupying throughout the
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different parts of Americas and also
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throughout Europe and
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and also parts of Asia and I represent
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Australia and New Zealand so what I do
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is basically I giver an analysis so risk
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analysis more it’s cyber terrorism so
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before I got into cyber security
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yeah but I’m finding there’s a lot more
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work in cyber terrorism so you need to
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know about cyber terrorism strategies
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and things like that
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ok I’ll see you think so do tell me
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about your job or what the job needs it
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what’s up so what color I keep laughing
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so what College vacations an experience
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I require yeah I got a technological
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degree postgraduate I design technology
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so I’ve got the technolon technology so
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I think at UTS postgraduate it was
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through it was actually through that
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that I because I a lot of things that I
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encounter is it’s much more visual
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content of data
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but saying so you’ve got to be
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analytical and hold this thing so you
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look at the whole spectrum Asst and I
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when I look at things holistically I
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look at things as nations and their
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actions and their reactions it’s always
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thinking every action as impossible it
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has an opposite reaction it seems to be
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the new theory that so appropriate to
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this industry but I yeah you know like
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it’s about communication it’s about
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trust it’s about you know communicating
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with your allies seeing what people that
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aren’t your allies and I guess what the
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enemy is you know doing it their next
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plan it’s about strength you know like
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thinking things you know what I hear but
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as I said it’s it’s trying to work out
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who’s disruptive and who’s not so this
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this is term that we use with weapon of
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mass not destruction but distraction so
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because who can distract the most so a
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lot of and it’s also about being in a
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ethical you know and ethical things you
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know knowing what is good from bad what
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is within the law and laws keep on
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changing so I always find that the law
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will catch up with the criminal so and
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and I think that
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there will be always cold cases so there
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will also be cold cases in terms of
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digital corruption
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you’re talking about safer several
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parents on a separate screen I think
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they they overlap I’m a part of both I
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mean what you’re talking I think in the
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last push I was probably more honed in
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on cyber terrorism yeah but but I stand
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there I am in addition so yeah I think
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with cyber terrorism I see that as a
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sort of a national thing but but also
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local you know but cyber cyber security
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is a is much more of a yeah yeah I can
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see this but but also it can also affect
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governments too so because governments
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sometimes operate very much like
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organizations and businesses because
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they all have baby ends in this country
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some countries are very different the
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way in which those entities operate but
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but I think when you’re an advisory body
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for the government and for universities
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and things you have you are obliged to
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report any findings that you and your
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staff find whether it be interns from
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university because we have internship
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programs yeah so this will enable
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students from universities to be able to
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work with you know in an environment and
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learn when you are studying you need to
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have a platform to learn at what’s
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happening in the industry yeah so our
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organisation do offer internships not
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many do but we we’re always looking yes
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so happy to apply what the heart’s the
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gill they’ve got the car the hardest
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skill is keeping yourself centered
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I think balancing your family life
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yeah your government life your corporate
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life you know and also you know what
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your personality – and your and your
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your makeup your genuine genetic your
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makeup how to keep yourself centered so
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not – I think your behaviors and things
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I think you cannot be an opposite person
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– you know you can you kind of keep on
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changing your personality across the
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board I hard thing because you know
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obviously to keep yourself sane you know
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I think if you’re you’re working on so
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many projects but I think what’s also
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good is keep us off reserved so even if
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you want public transport it’s important
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that you don’t I guess alarm people and
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create social panic I think if you are
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creating social panic you are just as
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criminal as hackers yeah so even though
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you know that it’s going on and you’re
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trying your best to stop it whatever
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finds out and also trusting sometimes
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some some people in government you
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cannot trust everybody
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yeah you you’re trusting always your
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pitbull colleagues
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that you know if you have known the more
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than one year or maybe over five your
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ten year period we have better trust
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with that person and I think sometimes
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what do you release as an individual so
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data is not always digital remember data
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is whatever comes out of our mouth yeah
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or what we hear what we see so data
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could be a collection of things like
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what would sense information but if you
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have information there if you are using
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it to prove a point whether it being
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caught or for an operation or a project
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and it’s all about investigation so it
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is investigation without biasness
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because you have to investigate what you
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have not what you want to have or where
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you want the result to go you my name is
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own
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the solution is based on what you have
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at that given time you cannot manipulate
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the data if you do it is not useful and
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it is not truthful so if you I think
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ultimately you want to know what the
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truth of the data is if there was
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corruption and play
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I am very skeptical that also not only
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the department’s that abide by rule of
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law but there are also departments on
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top that’s Minh then check to see
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governments actually operate we also
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have the Queen’s counsellors inset james
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court and government agents that will be
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held liable