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== Hosts ==
== Hosts ==
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Recorded February 17, 2020 at G-Unit Studios in Rhode Island!
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Interview: Richard Clarke, Good Harbor Security Risk Management, LLC
Dick Clarke is the founder and CEO of Good Harbor Cyber Security Risk Management, and advises leaders in the public and private sectors on all issues of cybersecurity and crisis management. Clarke served in the White House on the National Security Council under President George H.W. Bush, President Bill Clinton, and President George W. Bush for an unprecedented ten years, as its chief counterterrorism expert and then as Special Advisor to the President on Cyber Security. In his role as the nation’s "Cyber-Czar," Clarke developed the country’s first National Strategy to Defend Cyberspace. Since leaving government, Clarke has authored or co-authored nine books, including the international bestseller, "Against All Enemies," and his latest with Robert Knake, "The Fifth Domain."
Corporate governance and a culture of security
Myriad technologies facilitated unprecedented connectivity hackers can leverage, and increasingly sophisticated actors, including state-sponsored groups, are engaging in cyberspace in ways for which have not prepared. Richard Clarke, former U.S. national coordinator for security, infrastructure protection and counterterrorism, argues that those significant risks are still manageable ones, and provides concrete steps that can be taken toward cyber resilience. In conversations with leading scientists, government officials, and corporate executives, the prevailing consensus is that we are capable of defending ourselves as individuals, as organizations, and as a nation, but that our cyber security remains contingent on the a consensus that it is worth prioritizing.