While there’s been much speculation that North Korea has developed a deliverable nuclear missile, a different type of terror worries Ian Bremmer.
Speaking at the Mauldin Economics’ Strategic Investment Conference, president and founder of Eurasia Group, Ian Bremmer, said cyberterrorism is now his big concern.
“Terrorist organizations are now stronger than they have been before. But they still haven’t displayed a lot of capacity to do damage with cyber.”
“I talk to experts in this field all the time… and they say it’s coming.”
What will it mean when groups like ISIS and Al-Qaeda acquire the capabilities to launch cyberattacks? Mauldin Economics interviewed Bremmer to get to the bottom of the issue.
What Cyberterrorism Will Look Like
When asked what cyberterrorism will look like, Bremmer surmised, “First of all, their [terrorists’] ability to start funding themselves by having cyber capabilities to start stealing significant amounts of cash… the North Koreans