The Potomac Institute for Policy Studies presented the fourth seminar in a series addressing science, technology, and policy issues relative to cyber security, "The Public-Private Cyber Nexus," at 12 noon on Wednesday, May 4. Guest speakers were Edward Amoroso, PhD, Senior VP/Chief Security Officer, AT&T Services; William Marshall, Managing Director, The Chertoff Group; and Jeff Moulton, Director of Program Development and Information Operations, Georgia Tech Research Institute. The program addressed the challenges that arise from the need to protect essential US infrastructure from cyber intrusions, in an environment in which the private sector owns the preponderance of that infrastructure while some of the most critical elements are owned and protected by the government. Click below to watch a video of the event. (Please note: due to technical difficulties, there is a temporary loss of audio between 06:28 and 07:56.) 

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