Cybersecurity – Is it finally getting the attention it deserves? Ask our experts!May 3, 20191 min read
It’s been talked about, dominated the news and has cost some companies billions – but it seems like finally America’s leaders are taking the issue of cybersecurity seriously.
With an election looming and non-stop threats coming from enemies near and afar, it seems like America’s leaders are now on side in the battle against cybersecurity.
Last week President Trump signed an executive order directing the creation of programs to grow and strengthen our cybersecurity workforce to meet the challenges of the 21st century.
“America built the internet and shared it with the world; now we will do our part to secure and preserve cyberspace for future generations.” President Donald J. Trump
- It’s a lofty goal – and odds are an expensive one, but will it work?
- Who are the chief actors behind potential cyber-attacks?
- What are the key targets?
- What are the costs to secure America’s cyber-territory?
- And more importantly, what are the consequences if we do not?
There are a lot of questions out there and that’s where out experts can help.
Dr. Seth Hamman earned his Ph.D. in computer science with an emphasis in cybersecurity at the Air Force's graduate school, the Air Force Institute of Technology, located at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. As a researcher he is interested in helping to shape the young and growing discipline of cybersecurity education. Contact him today for your story! Simply click on his icon to arrange an interview.
Seth Hamman, Ph.D. Director, Center for the Advancement of Cybersecurity and Associate Professor of Cyber Operations and Computer Science
Dr. Hamman is interested in helping to shape the young and growing discipline of cybersecurity education.