Cyber Threats May Be Hazardous to Your Privacy
Raduege shares his perspective on cyber threat implications for public health and human service organizations
After 35 years of working in technology for the military, most recently as director of the Defense Information Systems Agency, General Harry Raduege, Jr., USAF (Ret.) talks about information networks and a myriad of related issues that stem from organizations moving towards an “age of interdependence,” including the growth of cyber threats.
General Raduege, chairman of the Deloitte Center for Network Innovation, brings a deep understanding of today's increasing need for interdependent information networks that are secure and interoperable. He serves as the co-chairman of the Center for Strategic and International Study's (CSIS's) Commission on Cyber Security for the 44 th Presidency. The Commission released its final report, Securing Cyberspace for the 44th Presidency , in December 2008.
General Raduege recently wrote an article for the American Public Human Services Association’s (APHSA) Policy & Practice, that shares his perspective on the cyber threat implications for public health and human service organizations.
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