Secure Government and International Borders
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Secure Government and International Borders

Government - Secure Government and International Borders

The sheer power of “hactivism” to disrupt eCommerce and perpetrate cybertheft, is attracting technically savvy groups with more ambitious agendas then activism or crime. Not just sensitive data of governments is at risk, but infrastructure, utilities, transportation, emergency, eCommerce and other critical networks are also at risk to cyberterrorist groups’ hacking. What is the current state of collaboration among various governments in sharing information and ideas on how to protect all these critical support networks and territorial borders secure for the world? Can virtual and territorial borders ever be “safe enough?

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Alma R. Cole, Director, DHS Security Operations Center (SOC), US CBP

Alma R. Cole is the Director for the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Security Operations Center (SOC) which is responsible for DHS-wide cyber incident response and continuous security monitoring... More   View all posts

Robert Dick, Director General, National Cyber Security Directorate, Public Safety Canada

Mr. Robert Dick was appointed Director General, National Cyber Security, in the Department of Public Safety Canada on April 12, 2010, with responsibility for developing and implementing a cyber security strategy for Canada. In this capacity... More   View all posts
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