Digital Pearl Harbor
A day after commemorating Pearl Harbor Day, several of the world’s leading cyber and national security experts discussed the threat of a "Digital Pearl Harbor." These pre-eminent thought leaders addressed the likelihood that a "Digital Pearl Harbor," long warned about, could actually happen as well as where our critical infrastructure and federal networks are most vulnerable. Topics including cyber espionage and the ongoing theft of financial, intellectual, and national security data were also discussed. Is cyber war a real threat or all hype? Panelists were:
Richard Clarke, author of Cyber War and chairman of Good Harbor Consulting
General Michael Hayden, former director of NSA and CIA
Jeffrey Carr, author of Inside Cyber Warfare
The event was co-hosted with CyberSecurity Seminars and took place on Wednesday December 8 from 10:00 to 12:45 at Georgetown University's Copley Formal Lounge. Select from the links below to view video from the event:
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