Cyber Warfare: National Security in the Information Age
Matt Fussa is a managing attorney with Cisco Systems, Inc. where he serves as legal counsel to the company's global government solutions group. He recently completed a term as Cisco fellow at the Wilson Center. Previously he served as an officer in the United States Marine Corps.
In the past militaries have come by land, by sea, or by air but in the age of the Internet the battlefield may be digital. This week on dialogue host John Milewski speaks with former Wilson Center fellow Matt Fussa on the current threat that cyber-terrorism poses to the United States and the nation's current effort to combat these threats. Fussa illustrates the difficult job the U.S. government and private entities face when it come to cyber-security in the 21st century.