Richard Clarke: Crime, Espionage and War in Cyberspace

 

Time:
7:30 PM until 9:00 PM

Date:
Thursday, September 15, 2011

Location:
Duff Banquet Center at Cintas Center, Xavier

Contact:
cummins@xavier.edu
or call 513 745-3922  

Description:

The greatest threats we face may no longer be traditional wars and crimes but those committed in cyberspace.  Can terrorists shut down our electrical grids?  Can criminals bring down our financial systems?  Are our military secrets at risk?  Is any of our personal information really safe?  In an era of ever-increasing connectivity, governments, corporations and individuals need to reasses how they view national security.

Join us to discuss these and other issues with Richard A. Clarke, who advised three presidents on security, counter-terrorism and cyber-security.  He currently teaches at the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University.

Cosponsored by the Edward B. Brueggeman Center for Dialogue, Foreign Policy Leadership Council, Department of Political Science and Sociology at Xavier, International Studies Program at Xavier 

Free and open to the public. 

There will be book selling and signing at the event.

 

 

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