Cyberattacks: How to protect critical infrastructure?
Michael Chertoff, former United States Secretary of Homeland Security, shares his insights on cybersecurity in a new NUPI podcast episode.
Around 100 people visited NUPI on 27 August to hear security policy veteran Michael Chertoff’s (United States Secretary of Homeland Security 2005 – 2009) talk on lessons learned from developing the U.S. national cyber strategy.
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Mr. Chertoff is an expert in preventing and responding to cybersecurity threats, and the co-author of the USA Patriot Act. He is the co-founder and executive chairman of the Chertoff Group, a risk-management and security consulting company.
A key topic at the event was the challenging coordination of cyber security between governmental and private actors. Hear Chertoff’s talk in this new NUPI podcast episode:
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