Cyber Report [Nov 02, 22] Mike Rogers on Cyber Elements of the Nat’l Sec and Defense Strategies


On this week’s Cyber Report, sponsored by Fortress Information Security, Adm. Mike Rogers, USN Ret., the former director of the National Security Agency and commander of the US Cyber Command who is now the chairman of the advisory board of cybersecurity firm Claroty, discusses the cyber and intelligence aspects of the National Security Strategy and the National Defense Strategy, the importance of both deterring China and Russia while working to improve cybersecurity cooperation with Beijing and Moscow as well as nations worldwide, why Russia has not mounted more aggressive cyber operations against America and its allies supporting Kyiv, the role of cyber in deterring Moscow from using tactical nuclear weapons against Ukraine, cyber and broader takeaways from the Chinese Communist Party’s recent congress, the impact of the Biden administration’s efforts to curb the export of computer chip making technology to China in curbing Beijing’s cyber and AI capabilities, US efforts to ensure the security of America’s voting system and countering dis and misinformation as the mid-term elections loom, and whether the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency should be independent with Defense & Aerospace Report Editor Vago Muradian.

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