Cybersecurity professionals and business leaders need tools and decision-making processes to intelligently and quickly adapt to ever evolving adversaries in uncertain situations. The OODA (Observe-Orient-Decide-Act) loop was created by U.S. Air Force Colonel John Boyd to provide a critical thinking framework originally developed for fighter pilots in dog fights.
However, its value applies across domains, including cyberspace for both attackers and defenders. The ability of a defender to interject and interrupt an attacker’s OODA loop provides an operational advantage and allows defenders to outpace and out-innovate the attacker’s advantage.
Join some of VMware Carbon Black’s veterans and learn how all things Intrinsic Security mirror the critical thinking framework of the OODA Loop.
Alec Peiffer | Justin Smigiel & Ryan Hendricks