Securing Government and National Infrastructure

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Cybersecurity has come a long way. But unfortunately, with every bit of progress the industry makes, threats and risks are never far behind. Especially now, in the midst of a turbulent political atmosphere, cyberattacks put everything from personal data to personal liberties at stake, leaving our government to address the biggest uncertainty of all: where do we go next?

Joining hosts Britta Glade and Hugh Thompson, along with guests Jason Healey, a senior research scholar at Columbia University’s School for International and Public Affairs, and Dmitri Alperovitch, co-founder and CTO of CrowdStrike, as they team up for our newest RSAC podcast episode. Topics covered will include:

•What does today’s threat landscape look like and how can we address its many challenges?
•Have there been changes in breakout time and speed of adversary activity within compromised networks and what does that mean for future security priorities? 
•How can infosec professionals engage Boards and other governing bodies in discussions of cybersecurity policy?
•What challenges are unique to protecting critical infrastructure?

Dmitri Alperovitch

Chairman, Silverado Policy Accelerator

Britta Glade

Senior Vice President, Content & Communities, RSAC

Jason Healey

Senior Research Scholar, Columbia University School of International and Public Affairs

Hugh Thompson

Executive Chairman, RSAC & Program Committee Chair, RSA Conference

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