Cybersecurity depends on geography. How? Per an article in Trajectory Magazine, "All 'virtual' activities originate from and are made possible by people and objects somewhere on Earth at some point in time. At this intersection is the 'cyber-location nexus.'" What is the cyber-location nexus? What does it mean for defense analysts? Geospatial analysts and citizens of our planet?
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Surviving the Cyber/Location Nexus - CSO Magazine
Cyber-Location Nexus - GEOINTv
Are There Good Hackers? : NPR
Geography of Cyber Conflict - Univ. of Virginia School of Law
Cyber-Location Nexus - Trajectory Magazine
Graduates of higher education programs in geographic information systems and science who can code software and build apps are highly sought after by employers. David DiBiase, Esri’s director of education, explains how the Esri Development Center (EDC) program confers special status and benefits upon a select few leading university departments that challenge their students to develop innovative applications based upon the ArcGIS platform....