Challenges and Gains in Cyber Security [video]
Center for Homeland Defense and Security Naval Postgraduate School
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Cybersecurity is now at the forefront of Homeland Security threats. Antonio Scurlock, (Senior Cybersecurity Strategist Enhance Shared Situational Awareness (ESSA) Portfolio Lead Office of Strategy, Policy, & Plans National Protection and Programs Directorate) talks about the challenges and gains made in cybersecurity and cybersecurity programs over the years.
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