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Today's show focuses on answering the question: Assuming that Cybersecurity IS National Security: How do we get our house in order? We have a great lineup including:

Sam Visner is the Director, National Cybersecurity Federally Funded Research and Development Center at MITRE and a Board Member at the Space ISAC. He's also a Professor at Georgetown University and he worked at the NSA as well!

Lauren Zabierek is the Executive Director of the Cyber Security Project at Harvard University's Belfer Center. She is a Recorded Future Alum. National Geospacial Intelligence Alum. United States Air Force Veteran and a Former DoD civilian intelligence analyst with multiple deployments.

Retired Brigadier General Greg Touhill was the first Federal Chief Information Security Officer of the United States government. Now President of AppGate Federal, he serves as a faculty member at Carnegie Mellon University's Heinz College and on the ISACA board of directors. General Touhill also serves on the Federal Advisory Boards of Splunk and Intel corporations.

We'll learn about the central role that cybersecurity plays across the social, economic and political aspects of life in a highly-connected digital universe.

What are the strengths and weaknesses of our current defense postures across the DHS Critical Infrastructure sectors.

What are the best practices to understand the motivations and techniques that hackers including criminal gangs, nation states and lone wolfs.

We'll learn first-hand about the challenges of becoming the FIRST federal government CISO?

All that and MORE on today's show!

Here is the contact information for our guests:

Sam Visner  

Lauren Zabierek

Greg Touhill

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