Concern about potential threats to the nation"s computer networks -- data breaches, cyberwar and hackers -- continues to grow every year. Securing the national information infrastructure is a high priority, but how is the problem being tackled outside Washington, D.C.? To address these issues, the Baker Institute"s Technology, Society and Public Policy Program convened a discussion involving those who have worked on national cybersecurity policy and those in government, academia and industry who are charged with implementing it.
Contributing their thoughts were:
Tony Payan , Guadalupe Correa-Cabrera
Jan 19 2021 | Center for the U.S. and Mexico
Kenneth B. Medlock III , Mark Finley
Jan 14 2021 | Center for Energy Studies