In this installment of the Churchill Club podcast series a panel of experts examine the cybersecurity conundrum and whether the U.S. can herd enough private---and public sector---cats to secure the Internet.
With the world increasingly going "cyber," how is cybersecurity keeping up? Exponentially more data is stored in the cloud and a plethora of devices, from phones to game consoles to cars, are connecting to the Internet, taking the needs of security far beyond the PC. Are we doing enough or do we need a new approach to security? What needs to happen to protect America's digital infrastructure, the backbone that underpins our economy, military and government?
- Gail Coury, Vice President, Risk Management, ORACLE Global IT
- Dave DeWalt, CEO & President, McAfee
- John Mitchell, Professor of Computer Science, Stanford University
Richard Stiennon, Chief Research Analyst, IT-Harvest, was the moderator.