«By using new technologies such as artificial intelligence or behavioral patterns, we could make computers much more efficient in order to discover abnormal behaviors and preventing them». Craig Mundie is one of the most important international experts techno-geopolitics and cybersecurity. To predict the future development of network security is not simple, but certainly the current systems are inadequate and we know why: «We must move from what I call a medieval model to a new, more active, defensive model». Companies and institutions seem disarmed in front of hackers' attacks that put at risk the safety of citizens.
Craig Mundie ended in 2014 a 22-year career at Microsoft as Chief Research and Strategy Officer, overseeing strategies on intellectual property. In 2009 the US President, Barack Obama, appointed him a member of the President's Council of Advisors on Science and Technology (PCAST) and is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations.